If Kirk Cousins came flying into your living room in the middle of the Giants-Saints game on Sunday, you would scream "YES I DO LIKE THAT" right back at him, because it was probably the most entertaining, points-filled bonanza of a football game you've likely ever seen.
Maybe you've seen more entertaining games (good for you!) and maybe you've seen more points before, but it was definitely the most passing touchdown-filled game you've ever seen, because the two teams combined to set the record for ... most passing touchdowns.
When Drew Brees hit C.J. Spiller in the end zone with less than a minute left, it gave the two teams a combined and ridiculous 13 passing touchdowns, an NFL record in a single game. The Saints would go onto win it 52-49.
Here are five stats to know about this gunslinging affair in the Superdome:
1. Pass it up: 13 total passing touchdowns is INSANE. So insane it's the most combined passing touchdowns you'll ever see in a single game with Drew Brees (7) and Eli Manning (6) lighting up the scoreboard all day long.
2. 1,000 total yards: These two teams did their best impression of a Big 12 game on Sunday afternoon, combining for more than 1,000 yards in the game.
All told, they finished with 1,030 yards combined. Oddly enough that's not even a top-25 game in NFL history in terms of total yardage.
The New York Yankees -- yes, Yankees -- and Los Angeles Rams combined for 1,133 yards back in 1955. Dick Hoerner had 14 carries for 129 yards and three touchdowns while Art Weiner had four catches for 137 yards and a touchdown that day in case you were wondering about some of the players in that game.
3. 7-TD Club: There are only a few members of the seven-touchdown club and now you can count Drew Brees among them. The Saints quarterback was able to squeak by Eli Manning in total touchdowns for this game, throwing a ridiculous SEVEN scores. The last man to do that? Nick Foles!
SEVEN TD CLUB: Drew Brees Nick Foles Peyton Manning Joe Kapp Y.A. Tittle George Blanda Adrian Burk Sid Luckman— NFL (@NFL) November 1, 2015
Ironically it was probably Brees keeping Eli from joining the club too -- he threw a pick-six the Giants returned for a score too. So you could technically give him eight if you wanted to be a jerk about it.
4. Eli beats Joe: Eli Manning moved past a pretty notable name in terms of pass touchdowns on Sunday, topping Joe Montana on the list of all-time scoring throws.
With that TD pass (274) Eli Manning passes Joe Montana for 11th place on the all-time passing TD list! Congrats ELI! pic.twitter.com/IzEgtuOOm4— New York Giants (@Giants) November 1, 2015
He did it pretty early too! Manning would go on to throw three more passing touchdowns, tying and breaking his own personal record for most passing scores in a game.
5. Points bonanza: 101 TOTAL POINTS. 101! It could've been more because of overtime rules, except Kai Forbath banged home a 51-yard field goal for the Saints to give them a win as time expired. The 101 points was the third-most in NFL history, trailing only a Redskins-Gaints game from 1966 (113 points) and a Bengals-Browns game in 2004 (106).