When Drew went to Dallas he was reunited with the man that drafted him,Bill Parcells.
Drew Bledsoe was in his prime with the Patriots for 9 years in that span he had 2,544 completions, 25,657 yards and 166 touchdowns.
Drew Bledsoe was in the NFL for about 13 years.
Drew made four Pro Bowls in 1995, 1997, 1998 and 2003.
He started immediately the season after he was drafted and by his second year he set the record for most passing attempts (70) and completions (45).
Drew has a wife named Maura and 4 kids named Stuart,Henry,John and his daughter Healy.
Drew was drafted with the 1st overall pick in the NFL draft by The New England Patriots.
In his junior year at Washington State he was named Pac-10 offensive player of the year.
Drew went to Walla Walla High School in Walla Walla,Washington and was named to the first team all-state selection by the Tacoma News Tribune.
Drew went to college at Washington State.
Drew is 4-3 in playoff appearances.
Drew was a member of the Patriots when they won Super Bowl XXXVI, however he did not play in the game.
Bledsoe and the New England Patriots lost Super Bowl XXXI to the Green Bay Packers 35-21.
Bledsoe has played in 8 postseason games.
In 1992 Drew finished 8th in Heisman voting.
He ranks 13th in passing touchdowns.
Ranks 7th all-time in passing yards.
Ranks 5th all-time in completions.
He ranks 5th all-time in career pass attempts.
Has 8 career rushing touchdowns.
He has 736 career rushing yards.
He has 377 career rushing attempts.
Has thrown 198 interceptions in his career.
Has thrown 244 touchdown passes.
He averages 6.6 yards per passing attempt.
He has thrown for 43,447 yards.
Has a career completion percentage of 57.3%.
Has attempted 6,548 passes in his career.
Has completed 3,749 passes in his career.
He has played in 188 games in his career.