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So this might explain why the New Orleans Saints have so much trouble scouting defensive players. Memo to Sean Payton: When operating binoculars, you look through the little end and out the big end.
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It's not often that we get to post binocular fails here on Outside the Boxscore but check out New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton having a bit of an issue with a pair today during the NFL Combine in Indianapolis:
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