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The New Orleans Saints are still undefeated at home and have lost just three times all season, so it might be a bit of nitpicking to say their performances on the road could be a potential downfall.
At least, coach Sean Payton feels that way, saying that's just people trying to find something wrong with his team.
After beating Detroit 45-28 in the Superdome in the NFC wild...
Tue, 10 Jan 2012 17:54:19 CST
Crazy. Nuts. And bogus. Those were the words Saints coach Sean Payton used to describe a report that he was offended when 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh didn't call him before their teams met in the preseason on Aug. 12. The...
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Pierre Thomas isn’t exactly a secret weapon, and New Orleans Saints Coach Sean Payton insisted Sunday that he wasn’t saving Thomas during the season to keep him fresh for a playoff run. It sure felt like someone had removed the restrictor plate from Thomas’ engine Saturday night, though, when the fifth-year tailback made his biggest...
Jim Harbaugh didn't call Sean Payton in August before the San Francisco 49ers played the New Orleans Saints, unaware of the "gentleman's agreement" between NFL coaches to talk before preseason games to agree on strategy.
SANTA CLARA New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton called a report that he felt slighted when Jim Harbaugh didn't call him prior to an exhibition game "bogus" and insisted there is no bad blood between the coaches.
The New Orleans Saints are still undefeated at home and have lost just three times all season. So, it might be a bit of nitpicking to say the road could be a potential downfall. "You win 13, 14 games now, and you're trying to find something," coach Sean Payton said Sunday. "When you start playing well on the road and home, you're probably a better team and...
This past NFL season was the Year of the Prolific Offense, with record-setting quarterbacks leading record-setting offenses. The high-octane scoring meant that leads were seldom safe, which forced coaches to adapt their play-calling. That was the backdrop for key coaching decisions in Wild Card victories by the Giants over the Falcons and the Saints over the Lions.
Both games turned...