JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - Despite two monster seasons in which he's thrown for more than 8,800 yards and 54 touchdowns with the New Orleans Saints, Drew Brees knows there's room for improvement in his game. But the eight-year veteran out of Purdue isn't divulging what he'd like to improve on.

Brees can hardly improve on his passing yardage and touchdown passes. Brees has also hit on 66.0 percent of his passes and has produced a passer rating of 92.5 while starting all 32 games he's played in since joining the Saints as an unrestricted free agent.

So it's anybody's guess as to what it might be.

Saints coach Sean Payton may have an idea of what they are when he said there is room for improvement on Brees' part. Payton says Brees is very critical of himself in regards to ball location and decision-making.

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