Listen: Rams, Los Angeles Rams, Sean Payton discussed on WGR Programming
"Takes a knee and that'll do it. Good orleans. Saints have knocked off from Los Angeles. Rams forty five to thirty five for the Rams their first loss. After starting the season with eight wins. The saints are now seven one and still in first place in the NFC south. And by the way, you can pop. The champagne corks town in Miami. Out of here on ESPN radio. Same say ninety forty five thirty five win over the Rams Rams taking their first loss of the season. Saints. Meanwhile, have won seven straight since losing their season opener as they knock off the Rams at home. Saints coach, Sean Payton doesn't mind having the crowd on his side. One of the things that significant in our league is defendant your home field and taking advantage of the crowd noise. The communication challenges the opponent has and for the most part we were able to do that in every game. There's momentum swings capitalizing on those with your home crowd. We've got a great fan base. There's a significant factor in plain here. You know, there's not every home game was like that for every team around the league, and we don't certainly take ours. For granted. In the atmosphere was good. I thought it was good. I mean, I've heard it louder and better, I'll be honest with you. But I thought it was good. I thought it was good. Saints hearing it from the home crowd. But perhaps not hearing enough. Our NFL analyst Ryan Clark and Jeff Saturday with Zubin Mohanty praising the home crowd. But also saying I've heard this place a little bit louder. Maybe if they play the Rams again in the NFC championship game in that stadium. Just got thrown it out there for Sean Payton getting the fans ready. So when he watched the game a lot of people are like, okay. Credit to the Rams are down thirty five seventeen their offense rallies and back to tied at thirty five. But you're saying something else helped them rally team the reason behind twenty one is because they couldn't get a stop can force the saints. You had the one fumble from from Mark Ingram. But other than that, they didn't they could stop a nosebleed. They were giving up touchdown touchdown at the touchdown. They got back into this game. Because they got stops. They got stops repeatedly. And they gave this offense. The Los Angeles Rams an opportunity to come back. And so you go to yourself. Oh, that's good defense playing. Well, well, not didn't four hundred yards and Michael Thomas had a career day. This is the scene, and this is a team you're going to have to play to get into the Super Bowl. So you look at this defense and go back to last week. They were giving it up and you were scared that era Rogers is going to get the ball Baker score against Minnesota. You're in another shootout this team has to find ways to get stops. Wade Phillips has to develop a."