Drew Brees says Alvin Kamara’s huge game won his son’s fantasy league

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John Sigler
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Take a bow, Baylen Brees. Drew Brees opened his Week 17 media availability by breaking some huge news, thanking his New Orleans Saints teammate Alvin Kamara for scoring six touchdowns in their Christmas Day game with the Minnesota Vikings. Beyond all the playoff implications and the iconic highlights for Kamara, the performance was enough to power the Brees’ son to a fantasy football league championship.

“So Baylen was in the finals going into this week, and I guess six touchdowns get you 56 fantasy points, and that turns out to be pretty good,” Brees grinned.

It’s great to see a moment of brevity for Brees and his family amid all the chaos of the 2020 season. It’s also very relatable for someone close to him to be celebrating Kamara’s huge game, which obviously yielded tremendous value in the fantasy football sphere. Enjoy your victory lap, Kamara fantasy owners.

But with the regular season winding down and the playoffs on the horizon, this is probably the last time Brees or Kamara want to be concerned about fantasy football. It’s time to buckle up and focus on the games that really matter.

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