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SEAN PAYTON RUMORS & GOSSIP

Mailbag: Is this Sean Payton’s worst season as the New Orleans Saints head coach?

Nick, after losing their third straight game at home it’s safe to say that as a whole this year has been hard to watch for Saints fans. Is this the single worst season Sean Payton has had as the Saints’ head coach? Frank, Lafayette Frank, I don’t disagree with you. But before we criticize him we have to understand just what Payton has meant to the Saints. The emergence of...
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Sean Payton chews out Rob Ryan on sideline (VIDEO)

The New Orleans Saints defense was supposed to improve in Rob Ryan’s second year as defensive coordinator. But the results show quite the opposite, and point toward regression. The secondary, in particular, has been downright awful and looks to be a shell of its former self. The team ranked second in the league last year defending the pass (188 ypg), but they’ve quickly fallen...
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Sean Payton gets on Rob Ryan for poor defense (Video)

The New Orleans Saints defense was nothing more than an oxymoron on Monday night, so it’s no surprise that Sean Payton had some words for his defensive coordinator while they were getting dismantled by the Ravens. The Saints gave up over 400 yards to the Ravens and allowed Baltimore to convert 9/13 third downs. After...Read More
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The New Orleans Saints season from hell continues

Let’s just be honest for a second. The Saints’ effort last Sunday against the Bengals was one of the worst, not only this season, but in recent memory. It was more embarrassing than the Dallas debacle in Week 5. It was more humiliating than the entire 2012 season (Okay, maybe not, but the point isn’t too whacky). Who Dey invaded the Who Dats’ land and ransacked it. Lost in...
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5 Reasons the New Orleans Saints will beat the Ravens

There’s a lot to feel bad about right now in the Bayou, but here are five reasons to feel confident in the Saints this weekend against Baltimore. 5.) They’re still at home   Home field advantage continues to fall down our list as the Saints are now riding a two game home losing streak. That being said, the history of the Saints in New Orleans is undeniable and until they post...
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New Orleans Saints HC Sean Payton is safe, but these 10 coaches could be fired

If the NFL season ended right now, with most teams having played 10 games, the playoff match-ups would be interesting. Some of the usual suspects (New England and Denver) would be taking part, while some preseason contenders (Seattle and San Francisco) would be on the outside looking in. Some surprise teams (Detroit and Kansas City) would be playing, while others (Miami and Buffalo...
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Baltimore Ravens at New Orleans Saints: 2014 Week 12 NFL Pick

Baltimore Ravens (6-4) at New Orleans Saints (4-6) The Saints have lost back-to-back home games, but that doesn’t completely erase what they’ve historically done at home in recent memory. Before these last two games, they had won 20 straight home games under Sean Payton and they are still 18-3-1 ATS at home over their last 22 home games with Drew Brees and Sean Payton, outscoring...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Sean Payton tells reporter to ‘be quiet’ after being interrupted during press conference

Do not attempt to interrupt New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton when he's in the middle of speaking. One particular reporter learned the hard way in the news conference that followed Sunday's game—which the (2-4) Saints lost to the Lions, 24-23. Things got a bit chippy in the presser after the game. Payton was first asked a question that he didn't like. So he...
Via The Sports Daily
October 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Sean Payton to reporter: “Be quiet.” (Video)

New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton was ticked off in his post-game news conference after losing to the Detroit Lions, 23-24.  He called out a reporter for asking what he considered a dumb question. Then, he told another reporter not to interrupt.
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October 19, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Sean Payton has tense exchange with reporter

The New Orleans Saints fell to 2-4 this afternoon after losing to the Detroit Lions. Saints head coach Sean Payton was not happy and actually lost his temper with a few members of the media. Payton called out one guy for asking a stupid question. After being interrupted a few seconds later, he told a reporter to be quiet. h/t The Big Lead
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October 19, 2014  |  Discuss
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