Max isn’t considering Drew Brees a top-tier QB of all time | First Take

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Max Kellerman and Dan Orlovsky get into a heated debate after Kellerman says Drew Brees shouldn’t be considered a top-tier QB of all time.

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0:00 Max Kellerman says Drew Brees isn’t a top-tier QB of all time.

2:50 Dan Orlovsky is shocked by Max’s Brees take.

5:00 Stephen A. weighs in on Max’s take.

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