If you missed ESPN's Sunday NFL Countdown, Brittany Brees and two of her and Drew's sons were on the program.

Drew Brees has been nothing but great for the city of New Orleans, the state of Louisiana, and the sport of football. His love for his community, obvious strong work-ethic, and humbleness is being passed along to their children.

If you remember back during the Saints game versus the Washington Redskins. That fateful night when he broke the all-time NFL passing record. They stopped the game to present him with an award, and for him to have a moment with his family.

This is television, after-all, so of course they had microphones near them as he hugged his three sons, kneeling next to his wife Brittany, holding their daughter. He said to his boys as he hugged them, "I love you guys so much. You can accomplish anything in life if you're willing to work for it."

In yet another instance for us to fall even further in love with this family, when Brittany, Baylen and Bowen Brees were on ESPN's Sunday NFL Countdown, she was telling a story of how someone asked for Baylen's autograph because of the Super Bowl moment he and Drew shared.

She brings up that it upset her because they're not famous. That's when she asks Baylen, when are you famous? And Baylen responds with the classiest, most humble answer I've ever heard. He answers, "Only if you make this world a better place."

The first family of Louisiana has spoken! Now, go out and make this world a better place!