NEW ORLEANS - The New Orleans Saints' passing game was far from optimal during Monday's game against the Seattle Seahawks, often prompting a confused look from Drew Brees as he watched the game during the fourth quarter.
Brees joined ESPN's ManningCast in the fourth quarter of the Saints-Seahawks game, offering some general insight on the Saints on both sides of the ball.
He talked terminology, often going into minutiae that the average fan doesn't understand.
Brees was hesitant to criticize or give an in-depth point of view on what he thinks of the Saints' offense this season.
However, he did appear to have one brief but honest take as Saints quarterback Jameis Winston threw into the end zone, well over three receivers who were in the same area as the team marched toward a go-ahead field goal with 1:56 left.
Brees looked on intently, and asked subtly, "What are you doing?"
It wasn't clear who Brees was asking the question of. He was probably joining in on what every Saints fan was thinking at the moment, just confused as to why things were looking so sloppy.
Fans on social media instantly caught on to Brees' brief commentary.
It wasn't all Winston's fault that the passing game struggled. He was the victim of multiple dropped passes.
The best part of Winston's performance is that he didn't throw an interception. He completed 19 of 35 passes for 222 yards and one touchdown to help deliver a 13-10 win on the road in Seattle.