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Sean Payton Gets Testy With Reporters After Loss To Lions

It’s not totally shocking to see New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton after the Saints blew a 13-point, 4th quarter lead to the Detroit Lions. Payton got pretty testy with reporters afterwards, telling one reporter to “be quiet” multiple times. [YouTube] The post Sean Payton Gets Testy With Reporters After Loss To Lions appeared first on Diehardsport.
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Sean Payton tells a reporter to be quiet

If you ask Sean Payton a question, please wait for the full and complete answer. Interrupt him at your own risk.
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Grade Day: New Orleans Saints are a failure

The entire season was hanging on a thread. Could Sean Payton rally the troops as he’s done so often in his career and lead the Saints to an improbable win on the road? No. Week 7 ended as a 24-23 loss at the hands of the Lions, and the most disturbing part is the way the Saints managed to lose this time. The defense actually played relatively well, holding Matthew Stafford and...
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Sean Payton to reporter: “Be quiet”

New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton was quite testy during his press conference after Sunday’s loss to the Detroit Lions. Next question. Next smart question.” And: “Be quiet, I’m answering the question. Be quiet. You asked a question, I’m answering it. Can you let me finish? That’s what I’m doing — trying to.”   var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551'...
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Watch: Sean Payton Tells Reporter To ‘Be Quiet’

The New Orleans Saints (2-4) suffered yet another crushing, hard-fought loss on the road against the Detroit Lions (5-2) on Sunday after allowing 14 unanswered points in final four minutes of regulation. Saints head coach Sean Payton was inevitably frustrated after the loss, and after a reporter asked what he deemed a “stupid question,” he told him to “be quiet.” Despite...
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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...
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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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Sean Payton Tells Reporters To “Be Quiet” (Video)

Sean Payton and the Saints have fallen on hard times sitting currently at a 2-4 record. After the game, Payton took his aggravation out on reporters in the presser and he was quite rude. Here’s some gems from the coach: “Next question. Next smart question.” And “Be quiet, I’m answering the question. Be quiet. You asked a question, I’m answering it. Can you let me finish...
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Sean Payton Tells Reporters To ‘Shut Up’

Sean Payton kept it real today, perhaps a little too real.  We understand your frustration, coach, but keep your cool when talking to reporters. It’s ironic that mainstream teams are getting criticized for their record but no one is really saying anything about the Saints, yet. Today, the Saints lost to the Detroit Lions. The post game presser was quite interesting. “Next question...
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5 Reasons the New Orleans Saints will beat the Lions

If the Saints are going to turn their season around, it starts this week. No one ever said it would be easy, and heading to Detroit and earning a victory is no easy task. Here are five reasons to believe the Saints can return to a .500 record after Week 7. 5.) The bye week works wonders   Coming off of a bye week, Sean Payton is 5-0 over the last five years. That goes to show...
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