Stop overreacting. Brees has always had a couple bad games. Let's wait and see how he finishes this season. He's statistically on pace to be more down to earth this year, but he's thrown four picks(1 of which I don't consider a pick). He's not in prime form, but he can still run a potent offense.
Rodgers, Brees, ben, Brady, I've seen all four throw terrible picks this season. It happens.
And Cooks is a loser for whining about having a 1000 yard season, that's all there is to it. I liked Cooks when he was here, but there's no real justification for his whine other than the fact that he cared more about personal stats than the team. Which I'm sure most players do, but most aren't vocal about it.
Brees played well after a bad first quarter, a quarter where the field was soaked and the ball was wet. No one has ever accused Brees of being an elite bad weather player. A wet ball affects your grip, a bad grip will make the ball hard to throw. Anyone who has ever thrown a wet football knows this. I am about Brees' height, and I can't grip a wet football either. It's not just accuracy it affects, but strength too.
Brees may be headed for a sharp decline, but let's not stick a fork in him before he's actually done.
Edit, As far as Brees arm strength waning as the season progresses, I have noticed this to, but he's still been capable of elite performances late in the season. See Cardinals game last year. Also, this is probably one reason why he isn't throwing as much this year.
I would like to see the Saints adopt an offense similar to the Patriots' the last few years, where they have destroyed teams with shorter passes.