You may remember Drew Brees son Baylen, from when the 36-year old won the Super Bowl in the 2010 season. Now the youngster was watching his fathers game, but wasn't rooting for them to win.

Brees said on Monday morning that Baylen was rooting for the New York Giants on Sunday, because of quarterback Eli Manning and wideout Odell Beckham Jr.

"Here was the problem with yesterday's game. My sons go to [Isidore] Newman School, which is where Eli Manning and Odell Beckham went to high school," Brees said. "So my oldest one decided that he was gonna cheer for Odell Beckham and Eli Manning during the game. And Eli goes and throws six touchdowns and Odell scores three. I said, 'Buddy, you're lucky we won that game. Now he wants an Odell Beckham jersey, so we're having to contemplate this decision," said Brees, who has three boys and a 1-year-old girl, whom he shared a picture of on Instagram after Sunday's game. "So, yeah, they're into it. That's fun. That makes you want to keep playing as long as possible so they can continue being a part of it.

Brees had no trouble shredding the Giants defense, to get the Saints to 4-4, after stringing together three straight wins.

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