Drew Brees has long been considered one of the most efficient and accomplished quarterbacks in the National Football League - throwing for over 51,000 yards in a 12 year career will do that.
And today the New Orleans Saints QB displayed his legendary accuracy with a football to fans in a way that you have probably never seen before.
Bringing in a helpful assistant, Brees embarked on his own variation of skeet shooting at the Saints training camp this week - replacing the gun with a football and the skeet with a frisbee.
Needless to say, the veteran signal-caller was pretty damn good as he perfectly timed his release to connect with the frisbee on its way down.
This vines from the New Orleans franchise's official account shows the 'play' in all its glory.
Brees 'till 45
Drew Brees only recently declared that he felt healthy enough to play on in the NFL until the ripe old age of 45, and the now 35-year-old is certainly looking ready for another season competing at the top of the stats boards:
"On Friday I said I thought I could play till 45. I have been "randomly" selected for drug tests the last 2 days. What's up with that! Lol," Brees told his Twitter followers Sunday.
The Who Dat nation will be the first to attest that as long as their quarterback hero is on form the Louisiana team will be competitive come the business end of the season.
Saints 2013 season
Brees ended the 2013 season having thrown for 5162 yards and 39 touchdowns as the Saints finished in second place in the NFC South with a 11-5 record. Sean Payton's team ultimately saw their playoff hopes end in the Divisional round however - losing 23-15 to eventual Super Bowl Champions the Seattle Seahawks.
With Peyton Manning having already been filmed performing some of his own 'unique' moves at Broncos training camp earlier this week it certainly looks like the veteran QB's remaining in the NFL are gearing up for another fun season.
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