“There’s not enough footballs in all of China. Get me as many as you can.”

All hail Breesus:

"Various krewes loaned floats to the victory parade; Brees was aboard the traditional Bacchus king’s float.

But for Bacchus itself, Brees wanted to ride alongside his wife, the board of directors of his charitable Brees Dream Foundation, and the Saints offensive line. Space was also needed for the Bacchus pages and an enhanced security team.

On the suggestion of studio president Barry Kern, the design incorporated a piece of Bacchus history: A decades-old chariot once pulled by a horse and ridden by a parade marshal. Exhumed from a warehouse and refurbished, it is mounted atop the new king’s float."