13 Touchdowns is a lot in an NFL game. But that's the number that Eli Manning and Drew Brees put up last year in the NFC Wildcard round when the New Orleans Saints and New York Giants faced off.

Anyone watching the game could tell you that it wasn't so much the power of the offenses involved, as much as the lack of defense being played. It was a lot like an NBA All Star game.

But Drew Brees isn't looking for that this year, here's more from the Louisiana Radio Network:

"The Saints visit the Giants this Sunday in a rematch of last year’s wild contest that saw New Orleans beat New York 52-49 in the third-highest scoring game in league history. Eli Manning and Drew Brees combined to throw for an NFL-record 13 touchdown passes. Brees is not expecting that kind of game again. The Saints need a win on Sunday to avoid an 0-2 start."