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"sean payton" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

04:47 min | 11 months ago

"sean payton" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"This is like, did you ever play, well, Pokémon fire red and leaf green at the end after you defeat the elite four, you go back to canto and then you go up to this mountain and then you essentially like you're a new character, but you face the original guy in red and green and he's like super strong now and has like all 99s and you have to beat level 99 poke once. You have to beat him. That's like Kyle Shanahan. There's all these other trainers inspired by him, but then at the end, like, look who has a level 72 snorlax, just sitting there, you know? It's like his 5th best Pokémon, you know? That's dicey. I think that, like I said, more things have to go right for the rams than the forty-niners, but I have a weird feeling about this one. They're just on this like weird run of like fortunate circumstances, strange things are happening. And you could argue that that's going to run out and then they're just going to get throttled by a good team who beat the bucks fairly soundly before that Brady come back or weird things keep happening. So I don't know. I kind of have like a forty-niners 21 rams 20 vibe almost, you know? Like just a really weird like a blocked extra point or something's gonna like screw this game up early and then all of a sudden we're all like, what happened? Yeah, if you're the rams, you gotta take the ball if you win if you win the toss. I'm gonna go, I'm gonna go 28 20 rams. I think it's a comfortable rain shaker. And that's it. I am a man of science and objectivity. And so I don't believe the forty-niners can continue to get blocked punts and things like that going in their direction. That's fair. But you know it's going to suck about that because you're right. I think you're right. And it's going to be a ram's chief Super Bowl, which if I'm not mistaken, was that our mag prediction? It was, and I just railed against that. You were fantastic. Like, a ton of times. First of all, because the browns weren't in it. And second of all, because the packers were in it. And I just remember being like, this is so dumb and unoriginal. Like, who picks the chiefs in the rams because it's just like the two best teams and like whatever, and this is dumb. And this was gonna be. So you said who picked it? I was like, I did. I think I texted you. I was like, who did this? There was there was a most years because I've been tasked with picking the Sports Illustrated Super Bowl the last like three years or whatever it is. And I usually just say, I go to photo and I say, who do we have like a great photo of?.

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"sean payton" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

03:14 min | 11 months ago

"sean payton" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"Don't think I'd get a book deal, but I would try. Yes. It would sit in a Microsoft Word document. Oh, I'll read it. All right, let's go on to the NFC game round three here with the rams the forty-niners. I still say there's just not a whole lot I draw from that second matchup in LA, but I certainly think you can go back to earlier this season the Monday matchup now while I would argue that the rams offense was kind of a mess at that point. They just lost Robert Woods. They had a really weird pick 6 at the beginning of that game that just threw everything off schedule there for them. But the story of that game was just the overwhelming performance by the forty-niners run game and that was one of the games that started with one of their 11 minute drives or whatever it was with the rams just couldn't get off the field. They just couldn't get Eli Mitchell and deal Samuel on the ground and that that seems like it would be the most likely formula in a forty-niners win. I would imagine that the other, there's a lot of weird stuff, right? I mean, there was the pick 6 in that game, there was, am I mistaken? Was that like the first Odell Beckham's first or second game with the rams or am I wrong inside? I think that was his first. Yeah, I thought it was like one of his first games. Yeah, I think it was his first game. And then it was that weird moment where they were kind of trying to dial him in and things just weren't working necessarily. They had that one cool thing that Matt Stafford did where I think he like looked him, looked at him in the backfield and then that created a little soft spot for Cooper Cup. That was a 30 yard gain in that game. That was neat. Odell is a different player now. I mean, he is a major factor in this offense. And so I think you have to take that into account. But you're right. I mean, both situations were kind of fluky. You wonder if they can do that again. And does Jimmy Garoppolo does he have another one of those in them where he can really come back and rescue you like that? Boy, yeah. I don't know. On one hand, I want Jimmy Garoppolo and he's kind of like, boy, you're horrific, second reaction interceptions. You kind of get them all out of your system early in the postseason here. You have one of each in the first two games. Surely there is not another one coming, but it's dicey when he drops back there. And obviously they're going to they're going to pressure him. Although the forty-niners have had a pretty good track record against Aaron Donald, even though they don't have, I don't think those guys are overwhelming talents they have on the interior there. But yeah, I don't know. If you factor in a lack of a sort of Jimmy Garoppolo disastrous mistake, it really, for me, it just comes out to the rams. This is the vaguest worst analysis you could possibly give, but like you just have to you have to tackle Eli Mitchell. You have to put Jimmy Garoppolo in a series of third.

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"sean payton" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

03:15 min | 11 months ago

"sean payton" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"You had one of those last week against the Titans, but the Titans did a nice job of shutting him down. Bengals score less than 20 points. You know, what if you don't get one of those this week? That's like my big thing. And I don't think Joe burrow is gonna play bad. I think he's gonna be pressured. But if you don't get Jamar chase going and the chiefs figure out a way to slow him down, which I think Steve spagnola has been in the league for a long time, can probably handle that. What do you have left, especially if Chris Jones is going to dominate in the interior? I don't know. I like, I don't know if it's like, you know, 7 out of ten or 6 out of ten I would say times the chiefs win that. I think it's a scenario where and I think you got to touch on it there. The Bengals need to be like plus two in those big plays, those 50 plus yard plays. And I'm not, I mean, look, no one should get more of those and the chiefs than any given match up. So it's up. That's the formula it's just not a likely path to victory. Yeah. Jamar chase was so ridiculous in that game, by the way. But if you're the Bengals, this is gonna get clipped now and put on like Cincinnati area radio and when they make the Super Bowl and I'm already like so to go back, I pick every single game of the year back in July, right? And then that week, you predict every team's record because you pick every game. And that week is always flooded with calls from every radio station wanting you to come on and defend your picks. I think ray ratto from San Francisco, the legendary ray ratto. Said it best when he's like, who are you and why are you doing this? Doesn't make any sense. But Cincinnati, it was at the end of the week and I was like frustrated and I was like, I don't want to do this anymore. And then the Bengals, whoever was doing like local radio and Cincinnati called their like three games, are you kidding? And then I was just like, I lost it. And I was like, this team is bad. They suck, like they're not going to win a lot of games. So like, stop calling me. And then, of course, they're in the Super Bowl. So I'm already like, I already look like a jerk there, but you know it's funny, it's like you've had so much progress with Joe burrow and everything looks so awesome. It's like you should just like make some deal with the devil with the chiefs and just be like, you know, just get us out of this healthy. You know, like if you don't, if you don't sack him and we can play with a fully healthy Joe burrow next year, like we'll just we'll just run like the wing tee and then blame it on Zack Taylor or something like that. I don't know. But he's so special. You know what I mean? Like he's such a special player. Would you rather give your all and lose and then not have him for a portion of next season or just like, I'm not seriously suggesting this, but like, man, you know, it's just watching the Titans game. God, if they lose him again, it's what worries me, you know? You're sort of aiming for a bell dozer versus samaje pran, wildcat type of game here. I would love that. I would write a book on that..

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"sean payton" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

05:28 min | 11 months ago

"sean payton" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"I feel like the only catch chase made downfield in that divisional round game in Tennessee was the last one to set up the set of the field goal there. I think everything else was a lot of quick stuff. And that said, I mean, he is, he is incredible with the ball in his hands, like at a level where I always thought he was good with the ball in his hands at LSU. I didn't think he was going to be able to do what he's doing, which is, I mean, there was a one throw to the flat, where it's like, two guys were pursuing them. It's like, all right, this is gonna be like a four yard gain and all of a sudden he just hits another hits another level here and turns the corner and doesn't lose any speed when he's turning the corner and then he's 25 yards down field. So he created a bunch of stuff out of kind of nothing in that game. And then they had the one big throw to him and that was that was kind of it, but I would expect, especially after last time, I mean, they have to bracket him at all times. There's no, there's no more option for the chiefs. There's no more single coverage on a Jamar chase in any scenario. Yeah. And I went back and I was looking at their first matchup and this is so it's interesting. What the Titans did to Joe burrow. I thought was worth noting because they traditionally are one of the least blitz happy teams in the NFL. And what they did early was they kind of emptied the emptied the ammo on their blitz stuff, which was only like four or 5 times that they blitzed, right? And they also emptied their ammo on all the stunt stuff where they were kind of switching stuff with the defensive line and have one guy crash. One guy loop all that kind of stuff. But then for the rest of the game, once the Bengals were tired, it was four on 5 and it was just like an ass kicking, you know, and Jeffrey Simmons was just dominating. And the chiefs didn't even need to do that in their first matchup. Like if you look at that opening drive, you know, and I don't know how many times this has happened to the Bengals this year where did basically three guys trying to block Chris Jones and then you somehow get Frank Clark like isolated on the tight end. And this happened time and time and time again for them. And of course, Joe burrow just gets crushed on that. And you don't need Jeffrey Simmons to be able to create that kind of pressure. And if you have Chris Jones plus Frank Clark, like you're going to be able to really kind of screw his day up a little bit. So other side of the ball here, last time they met it was look it was a bit of a dink and dunk game for mahomes and this chief's offense here and they were out to a lead. They maybe ran a little bit more than you'd get in a normal game script and then the Bengals came back and retook the lead. But I do want to note, when they played last time, Tyree killed did not seem to be, you know, it looked like he was playing about 75%. He was not his usual self, whereas, as we saw last week, he was his usual self, but when they met the first time, let's see 40 yards on 6 catches and ten targets..

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"sean payton" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

05:17 min | 11 months ago

"sean payton" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"I mean, it was 9 straight years of you know what we should do to get rid of this Todd Bowles guide. Get a Bill cowher, you know? It's good for him. But yeah, outside of Bill cowher, I don't remember, like when Joe Gibbs came back, I don't know. Yeah. I mean, that's easy the only person I can think of, you know? Now he's a Sean Payton's going to, boy, what a feeling he's going to be for him when he starts shopping around for job next year. It's going to be fun. All right, we have actual football this weekend. Congress championship games, we are going to go let's go in regular chronological order because we usually go in reverse chronic logical order. And I feel like this is, I don't know, just respecting the way that time moves forward when it's all said and done. So we're going to start with the AFC game Bengals and chiefs, obviously, over in arrowhead, a rematch of their matchup earlier this year. We'll start with a Bengals offense against the chiefs defense because if you go back their first matchup, obviously Joe burrow sort of had his way with his chief secondary. We will see what time Matthews situation ends up being because that was not a very good performance after he went down last week for the chief. So you have that going on, you also have a game last week where the Bengals offense did not function at the kind of level where you'd want it to function in a game like this. So I don't know if the chiefs necessarily can find more answers. I didn't think they necessarily had an issue getting to Joe burrow last time, just it was kind of that. It's that thing where it's like job knows his right side of the line can't block. And he's ready for it. And he ducks and he escapes. And then they do it that way. Yeah, again, I just don't know how often you can continue to live that way. I mean, 9 sacks after a season high 59 sacks and we seem to forget because he's a spectacular player that I mean he tore his ACL PCL and what MCL last year and so again I mean, yes, it's recovered. It's healed. He's been traditionally a quick healer in a strong guy, but, you know, at some point, you know, this is going to it's just going to come back to bite you. And I don't know what they're going to do because, you know, they stayed in 11 personnel, right against the Titans. They didn't bring a lot of guys into help. I don't know if they have the guys to help. And I don't know who on that interior is going to all of a sudden learn how to win matchups. Because that's the problem. It's like, you know, defenses can kind of isolate one or two guys and they can put your best guy in your worst guy and can win with regularity. So what do you do in that situation? I don't know. Zach Taylor didn't really transition to the quick game. Against the Titans, didn't need to, because Joe burrows fantastic, but I don't know if you come in this week. More hell bent on doing that, you know? Yeah, it just kind of ends up being like, well, we didn't protect them all year, so. Why is it going to be different now? And he will just he'll figure it out when it's all set into. You good back there? Yeah. Yup. So you have that. And if you go back to that first matchup to march, chase was just completely unguardable in that game..

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"sean payton" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

The MMQB NFL Podcast

03:18 min | 11 months ago

"sean payton" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast

"But it is amazing that nobody's pointing at it and kind of calling it what it is, which is, you know, of course he thought it was a good time to go. This team's gonna suck for like three years, and you don't feel like doing that. You know, you'd rather do something else and I don't blame him. It's the same thing as Tom Brady and Tampa Bay. Like you're retiring now because you're losing half the roster you might be retiring now. I don't know, 'cause you're losing half the roster. The Oracle going off again. Yeah. Because you know the half the roster's gone and I half the coaching staff has gone and so you know what whatever happens happens there. But you know it is a little bit of an abandonment, right? And this is the trouble with teams that I think that put everything into the idea that one guy is always going to be there, right? So the saints mortgage their future like over and over and over and over and over again and like their cap is like it's just like the one guy at the national debt relief hotline now that's just trying to figure everything out and piece it together. And you can do that when Sean Payton is calling place. But when he's not, all of a sudden, it's like, wow, like we're going to need an exterminator to come in here and figure this out. And their cap is not as bad as everyone's making out to be. Yes, they are $70 million for next year. But a lot of that, a lot of that is like extensions and restructures or stuff like that. And then I think they'll be fine. You know, it's not like it's not like they're going to fail to produce a team or only have 8 guys to put on the field next year. Come up with 21 guys. Here we are. That happened to me on Madden, by the way. I kept I kept taking undrafted free agent quarterbacks and then I would I would make them really famous and like have them throw for like 9000 yards in the season and then I would franchise tag them and then trade them for the first pick. And I just in the draft and I kept doing that over and over and over again and then like season four came and I had like 24 players on the roster and they were like, you can't have any more money. You can't make this work. And I was like, then we're gonna play with 24, but that's not what the saints are gonna do. They're gonna have enough, they're gonna have all the players they're supposed to have. All right, so the quarterback situation is up in the air in New Orleans, the head coach situation is up in the air there. Really a head coach situations as we tape this on a beautiful Wednesday evening. It's kind of up in the air everywhere. We don't have any hirings to this point, but Sean Payton, so he says he's not going to coach in 2022. If we take him at his word for that, and there's no reason not to. And he is going to be basically the candidate in 2023, how does that sort of change things? If I'm the, if I'm Mark Davis right now, and I know he kind of has a thing for Jim Harbaugh, we'll see if that can work out. But does that tip you over into, well, let's do one more year with rich Versace and then back up a dump truck full of JFK 50 cent pieces for Sean Payton should have come to that next off season. I keep a JFK 50 cent piece in my wallet. I don't know if you knew that..

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"sean payton" Discussed on Patriots Beat

Patriots Beat

05:06 min | 11 months ago

"sean payton" Discussed on Patriots Beat

"And you also go into it that you're going to have a new coach losing a guy like Sean Payton is losing a pillar of your organization. So losing a guy as big of a deal as Sean Payton, no quarterback. They're going to have to hit the reset button here a little bit in New Orleans so some of these guys that are getting up there in age or contractually are very, very expensive, might not make the most sense to hang on to and at this point for the saints. Yeah, I'll pass on Michael Thomas. I just boy. He's played 13 games in the last two years. You don't like slam boy? He fell off. He had one good year. They traded the wrong guy. They had to trade one of them. They traded the wrong guy. They should have kept branding cooks. But that's another point. I don't know, Brandon cooks. Michael Thomas, does Brandon cooks have Michael Thomas this season? Was that 2019 with Drew Brees? He had one really good besides that. I mean, basically, since that season, he's been hurt. Yeah. So I guess Michael Thomas is the peak, but if you want the extended like overall body of work, I'd be more impressed by Brady cooks. Marshall Latin was the one for me, 'cause we just talked about it. They needed second corner. And the documents of right now. But you talked about this on the last show, though. One of the biggest issues for the Patriots is they had a place zone and that forces their linebackers into coverage and that was a big problem. You have JC Jackson and Marshawn Lattimore opposite each other. Oh yeah, go play no zone. Right. Knockers don't have to cover anything. Go ahead. Then go ahead and get all whatever's first name is Chanel from Wisconsin. The 270 pound downhill kit. Leo right and all. You can have him running downhill all you want. If you got JC Jackson opposite Marshall added more. So if they're going to pick a piece off that roster, he's the guy to me, I guess if you want to go like pound for pound, considering he cost a ton. I can't imagine Cameron Jordan would be super expensive at this point. Yeah. And having him opposite Matthew judon, I think would be a nice little fit, but yeah that's where I'm at with that. By the way, Sean Payton is going to be back in the NFL. This is one year off, and then he's going to Dallas..

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Sean Payton resigns as coach of New Orleans Saints

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 11 months ago

Sean Payton resigns as coach of New Orleans Saints

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"sean payton" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

03:27 min | 11 months ago

"sean payton" Discussed on NFL Live

"What about after that, what do you think the plans are? Yeah, just from having conversations with him, not just this season, but really just over the years he absolutely loves being a coach. In fact, he considers himself to be more of a teacher whenever he discusses his role. It's more about teaching the game of football, rather than coaching, but yeah, Laura, you know, I think Sean Payton is going to want to get back into it and he's just one of these football guys that just can't get away from it in general. So I think it's going to be good for him to recharge over the next year. We don't know what he's going to do he admitted to the media today just now that he doesn't know what to do. He's told me in conversations we've had that he doesn't know what he wants to do. He's changed his mind. Many, many of times. And he does have interest in going into the media is definitely picked my brain about what it's like to do this job, and I told him he'd be crazy to do it. No, not really. But I do think he's going to have a lot of opportunity in options, but football and being a coach and being a teacher as he would say it is certainly going to be in his future. And I feel pretty comfortable saying champagne will be a head coach once again, just not in 2022. Yeah, I mean, at that point, whenever it is, if he decides to return, he can sort of have his pick of what he might want to do. Thanks a day in a russi for all the information today. And guys, as you think about this and looking ahead to a good fit for Sean Payton, let's start their market. It's obviously don't you don't have his chance really to do this? So go ahead swaggy. Make your pitch, man. Not your chance. Straight to camera. Sean, please, man. Please. I'm not going to take you. We got a coach. I'm going to talk on the phone. Please. If it becomes a possibility, please do. Just go in and do it. Just do it. Jerry do what? 1 million 25 me, I don't talk about the cowboys, y'all. Power him. Let him do his thing along with the guys that you have in position and please. Quickly remind people just the situation that the saints are in as it relates to the attractiveness of this job. For other coaches, yeah. It's challenging because they have no cap space, couple free agents hanging out the door. But forgetting more importantly, no certainty at quarterback. Jameis Winston is a free agent likely will be attracted to other teams, excellent defense, even if Marcus Williams leaves, but you saw what Sean Payton did with the quarterback position me. And that was probably the most anyone could do with what he had to work with. Sean Payton hinted that he would coach again and then Diana kind of reiterated that. We all have a price. Yeah. 15 million don't let him hang up the phone. Well, I think we all have a price, but we all need a break. Yeah. And I think sometimes you need to step away to truly know what you want and where you want it to be. And I think Sean Payton would do that. All right, guys. Frisco. Apparently he's going to the cowboys. Then we talk about that time. He could be fired. Yeah, exactly. Mark. Hi, this is Mena times. Host of the mini Kai show featuring Lenny. Every week, we discuss the latest news and trends in and around the NFL. We're joined by analysts like former NFL cornerback Dominique foxworth. Insider and fantasy expert field Yates that either one of these players. ESPN radio's Mike gold junior has also looked around the locker room if you like X's nose analytics and probably too much dog talk. Money is a dog. But give it a listen wherever you get your podcasts..

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"sean payton" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

07:30 min | 11 months ago

"sean payton" Discussed on NFL Live

"What I'm saying? Really important. All right, guys, we got more coming on these games. He's aggressive all the time. We're also gonna get back to our top story of the day, Sean Payton announcing that he's stepping away. Here's what he said, I don't know what's next and it kind of feels good. He said he Googled last night how to not try during a press conference. I don't know. What did Google tell you there? That would be crying that much yet. Either way, we'll tell you what Peyton continues to say and we're going to talk about Tom Brady. Someone here thinks he's stepping away too. We'll be right back. Well, if you're with us on NFL live, it feels odd to say, but no Tom Brady in the postseason after the rams and Matt Stafford went the last second in Tampa. So now the questions about Brady's future the 44 year old still mulling his decision about returning or retiring. But here's what he said on his podcast about his thought process. I think the point is, there's no really rush for me to figure out what's next. You know, all know what I know. My wife is my biggest supporter. It pains her to see me get hit out there. And, you know, she deserves what she needs from me as a husband and my kids deserve what they need for me as a dad. It's not always what I want. It's what we want as a family. And you know, I'm going to spend a lot of time with them and figure out in the future. What's next? I don't know, kind of sounds like somebody who might be done or kiss you really think Brady could be retiring. I feel like he is. I feel like he is, but Tom Brady makes liars out of us all. We all know that. But ultimately, I think he's in that place that a lot of guys get to. Now, his situation is different because he been playing the NFL for 22 years. But I tell the story all the time. I started playing football at 6 years old. And I retired when I was 32. I knew every year what I was going to be doing. From that time all the way until I left the NFL. So, you know, for a lot of guys and you were here, I'm talking about it's not as simple as saying I'm retiring. You trying to figure out what am I going to do to feel this time that's going to be valuable, as opposed to just saying I'm doing something. So I just feel like he's figuring out what that he is, but I think he's gone. Bottom line, football was the only job I ever wanted. And it seems like it was the same thing for Tom Brady. And it comes for us all. I remember sitting on the sofa, the sofa in November and my done. And I knew that because every Saturday when the barber came over and I had to get a haircut, I had to send Jordan down first because it was going to take me too long to get down. You know, Monday through Saturday retires people. It's never really Sunday. It's about off season. Am I willing to do what it takes to be what I've always done? And also remember that the next year Jordan was going to be in the 9th grade. And I said, I would not miss one of my son's football games ever. And I said, I wanted my parents to be able to see him come. And you heard Tom Brady say it's about what we need. It's about what we have to do. And your wife is your biggest supporter. And your kids love to see you do what you want to do. But you just daddy, right? You just Tom. You just Ryan and eventually that pool begins to be more than the pool of winning championships. And it was why it's going to be hard for Tom Brady is. At that point, I couldn't be the best I ever was. Tom Brady is still playing at such a high level. It's going to be hard to say don't do it. That's why this is so hard to predict because, yes, we just saw him lost. But we also just saw him make a throw to Mike Evans that perfect. Certainly no one else in their 40s can make, but very few quarterbacks in the NFL can perform at the level that Tom Brady did this season. By the way, we also just saw him endure a level of pressure that he is not accustomed to in Tampa Bay because the injuries on that offensive line. So as we look to next year and ask hey, why would he come back? I think something that's important to remember is this was the nightmare scenario for Tom Brady. Yeah, the worst case. Find that offensive line. That's not going to be the situation interest in where we'll come back. Also, other one thing out with Sean Payton, you're going to win the division. So he's got another saying, go there. Yeah, well, you know. Oh, wow, wow. Listen, I think that you say Monday through Saturday retires you. I think change does as well. And I think there's going to be a lot of change, but at least potentially in Tampa Bay. We know that Byron left is getting interviewed for multiple head coaching situations. We know Todd Bowles is, as well, I also think that offensive roster that he played with in the game this past Sunday is more like what he could potentially play with next year than it is from last season. Like their agents are Chris Godwin. Yes. JPP. Brian Jensen, Sue, Gronk, OJ Howard, Alex Kappa. Those are huge. I know money moved around all that stuff. I know. But there's also the reality of, man, do I want to play around a team that doesn't look like what it did two years ago? It's incredible though. So what the roster looks like depends on whether Brady comes back, whether they go into re well they won't rebuild, but how much they try to run it back and try to say not rebuild reload. You gotta think, if Brady's done, Gronk. You got me. That is, that's the new construction. Because of Tom Brady, absolutely. So he is the catalyst for all that. What we will get back to our top story of the day with the Sean Payton stepping away. Here's another quote from him. He said, we're not writing an obituary today. It's a step. It's another direction. He's still speaking now at the podium. We'll hear from him on the other side and we'll be right back here on NFL live. Keep it locked right here. Do you own or rent your home? Sure you do. And I bet it can be hard work. You know, it's easy, bundling policies with Geico. Geico makes it easy to bundle your homeowners or renters insurance, along with your auto policy. It's a good thing, too. Because you already have so much to do around your home. Go to Geico dot com. Get a quote and see how much you could save. It's Geico easy. Visit Geico dot com today. That's Geico dot com. Breaking news today on NFL live, Sean Payton announcing he is stepping away from the New Orleans Saints and future is a little bit uncertain. He's been at the podium now for over an hour and he's still going. Well, let you listen in on some of the things that he said earlier on as this press conference begin. Honestly, as I sit here today, and this is okay, I don't know what's next. And look, I've read the reports, and I understand, I've not spoken to anyone from a media outlet relative to doing television or radio, maybe that opportunity arises, but every time I read something that says, he's in line for this job. I'll call my agent Don and I'll say Don, did you hear something because I have not heard anything? And that's okay. I think I'd like to do that. I think it would be pretty good at it. I still have a vision for doing things in football. And I'll be honest with you, that might be coaching again. At some point, I don't think it's this year. I think maybe in the future, but that's not where my heart is right now. It's not at all. Again, Sean Payton still speaking. Let's get a quick reads brought to you by discover as we bring Diana russini back in here. And Diana, you said that Sean Payton not expecting to coach in 2022, but.

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"sean payton" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

07:26 min | 11 months ago

"sean payton" Discussed on NFL Live

"He's considered every career in the book. He tends to hit a wall when a lot of stuff starts to pile up on him. And I think this past season, he really hit the biggest wall of all. Obviously trying to replace Drew Brees after he retired. We saw four different quarterbacks at that starting position. They dealt with all different injuries. He had COVID twice. They had a relocate to Texas for a whole entire month because of a hurricane situation there. So this season was simply exhausting, which is the way he described it. And this isn't complaining at all. This wasn't a head coach going, look at all my problems. Every coach has problems. Every organization is imperfect. They have their flaws. But for the bigger picture for him for his life, this is something that he wasn't just thinking about this season last season. This goes back three, four years where he was really trying to navigate even try to manage what is next for him. Because there were times where he thought there was nothing else he could give to the city of New Orleans that the coaching that he had put out was the best he could do. And I do think that there is an organization out there that comes or at least has ownership that he would be looking for. And this is nothing against what ownership in New Orleans has done because you saw what he said. And you could see that personal relationship that he has with Gail Benson, they are as close as any head coach and owner, their interactions that I have observed myself in the tunnel on the field, even from talking to both of them over the years. They truly have a healthy, healthy relationship and support each other's decision in both their personal life and careers. But I think for Sean Payton, I think the dream for him is to work for an organization where he has full control like he died, like he just did in New Orleans for the last 15 years, but for an owner, like a type, like an Al Davis that we once saw a Jerry Jones. This does not mean he's had conversations with these teams, but I think for him, if he's going to go back to football, it needs to be for an owner like that. We know how frustrated he got over the last few seasons, specifically in the playoffs with the no calls. I truly believe he thinks if he's part of a place, a team, a club that has a little bit more juice, things could go their way. And I think this plays into some of what the future for Sean Payton will be. But I do know he is open to anything as he pretty much put it out there in terms of the media and who knows what other career. But for now, football coaching is not done for Sean Payton. All right, that's great to hear. I think a lot of us want to see him coach again whenever the time comes. He can make that decision. John Payton is still speaking right now. Thanks to Diana for all of that context, you can see him there. Continuing that press conference announcing that he's stepping away from the New Orleans Saints coming up next will stay on this story, but we will get into the incredible games coming up this weekend and also still reflecting on last weekend's great games too. We'll be right back on an info live. We're back on NFL live. And back to the incredible weekend of football and divisional round. Los Angeles Rams had a walk off win over Tom Brady in the bucks in Tampa Bay. Thanks this incredible play. They call it love of the game and to be honest, we see why. It kind of made me love the game even more and I actually picked the bucks. All right, Cooper Cup, who is that one there, caught both of his targets thrown 30 plus yards downfield Sunday, a 70 yard touchdown that traveled 38 air yards in a 44 yard catch that was 38 7 air yards cup is caught 9 of 11 passes through 30 plus yards downfield this season, including the playoffs. That's the most catchy in the highest catch rate in the NFL, of course, but either way, Marcus, you've had concerns all season about Stafford and interceptions. You haven't even going into that game. How do you think he's played, though, in his two playoff starts with the ram? He's been phenomenal. And it's because of his coach. Like, they've done a tremendous job of opening up this offense and not putting it all on Matthew Stafford. And it's just a couple of examples from the Tampa game that just gives them easy access. Like, y'all know I scream, run the football, but these type of concepts given the defense these type of looks helps Matthew Stafford down the road. Look, screen the Sony Michelle. I know this play didn't go anywhere, but that's another key in the defense's mind. And then when you do those things, you get one O ones. And that is where Matthew Stafford will absolutely destroy you. When he finds those matchups that his guys are going to win, more than likely, he is going to find them every single time. But I think Sean mcvay has done a tremendous job of taking some of that pressure off of him and allowing him to kind of get a feel for the game, as opposed to, hey, go ahead and throw for 400. You know, so it's been love is the early effort to get Odell Beckham junior involved. Right, early on in the game. When he has those one on one to match ups, they try to get him a football. And then if you've seen it goes a couple of series without him having a catch, still just throwing my hitch into off coverage. Make sure you continue to stay involved and also understanding that if he does get the one on one matchup, this is a guy that we want to use. And so I feel like Sean mcvay, especially in the two playoff games, has really been conscious that number three still is the most talented wide receiver on that team with the most juice and that early on in one on ones you get him involved opens up Cooper Cup later and Cooper Cup absolutely destroys people. For cup is phenomenal, right? But the fact that Odell has come and proven to be a viable trusted and reliable number two. Yeah. I'm not saying you know what I'm saying like that too. It is a huge this week because remember, his first game was against the San Francisco 49. A two that could also be a one in a lot of times. What a luxury. And Mina is good as the rams offense has been, especially in recent weeks. There is cause for concern for you as you head into conference championship. God Lee. Witness when it's grim? Beat a groom Reaper? Oh my God. I hate this. I tried to dress like one today. I love it. Look, they almost blew it. I mean, I know we're all right in this rams high, but they came very close to having very difficult conversations. And yeah, it was the fumbles played a large role in that. But something else that was immensely frustrating to me watching this offense in the second half was the conservativism and Marcus. I hear you on the balance early on. Balance is what makes this offense. Go. However, after Cooper cut fumbled in this game and then the buck scored and they were up 27 Sean mcvay called a run on 6 first downs and one pass that's a 6 to one run to pass ratio. I feel like do you think it was a fumble that just scared him out of it though? Well, they went to Michelle away from acres. So it wasn't that, but I really think they were he was concerned about just, you know, keeping possession, but you want to get against Tampa. And the other thing is, for me, I got one. I was a frustrated that they let their foot off the gas pedal. But I also flashed back to week 18. 18. When they were up that's the only reason forty-niners are in front run run, gave them the score. Stay aggressive till February. And they're gonna have to do that in the next few years..

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"sean payton" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

08:22 min | 11 months ago

"sean payton" Discussed on NFL Live

"To figure out who knew the words and then when we drafted Reggie Bush we sold out and I'm like, thank God we don't have to go on those like those freaking ticket ticket bandwagon drives. We've been sold out ever since. Mickey Loomis. A dear friend, I would say, more importantly, a friend just as importantly, my general manager and just as importantly the person that gave me this opportunity. He took a chance on a first time head coach and you guys know kind of the batting average and the challenges for these positions. They're hard. Every year we're reminded of that. And I've written about this. I've spoken about it and look, I had just interviewed in Green Bay with the late Ted Thompson. Man, I thought I had a great interview. And when I landed here, it was right after Katrina in January and many of you remember that. And I just thought when I met Mickey, I thought, man, I like this guy. He's got he's got a heck of a task ahead of him. And I kept looking at my flip phone at the time, waiting for that Green Bay Area, code to come in. And I got the message that evening that they had gone into different direction. And I remember just throwing the phone into the pillow and thinking holy cow. And it was the best thing that happened. Sometimes, again, you don't have any control over that. And so he. Trusted his gut. And beyond just hiring me, I can't think what we've had disagreements multiple times and yet we've always been in concert. And so like one of my biggest. Not concerns, but one of my biggest second thoughts was man. I don't want to not be around this really, really good friend of mine. And so, God, this and so that's not going to happen. I'm actually moving into another property here locally, but more than my general manager, more than the person that hired me more than all of those things is I would say one of my best Friends. And I appreciate that. I appreciate that. I mean, I could give you a thousand stories that would be interesting because our personalities are so different. Like he walks slow. It bothers me. I want him to pick it up. When you make a decision like this, you spend time with your loved ones. You spend time with your family. I've got a daughter who's out west in media, trying to become what many of you are and a son who's in college. A wife skyline who we've been together for many years, ten years, and got married last June. And I've confided in those guys quite a bit and talked about these decisions quite a bit. And I appreciate them. And they've been extremely just good listeners because ultimately, we all want happiness for our Friends. We want happiness and health for our friends and family. Those are the two things I think about, maybe as I've grown older, if your children are happy and healthy, then you're blessed, I think. And so I feel like there's been a very steady listening group here and yeah without any without any angle relative to, hey, what is it that you're looking for? Because honestly, as I sit here today, and this is okay, I don't know what's next. And look, I've read the reports and I understand I'm not spoken to anyone from a media outlet relative to doing television or radio. Maybe that opportunity arises, but every time I read something that says, he's in line for this job. I'll call my agent, Don, and I'll say, Don, did you hear something? 'cause I have not heard anything. And that's okay. I think I'd like to do that. I think it'd be pretty good at it. But. So Stephen stepping outside like in the cold weather today and being a little uncomfortable, professionally or from a career standpoint is okay. I don't like the word retirement, mister B didn't like it either. He always said, you know, retirement's overrated. We get sold this whole image of retirement by these investment groups on TV and golf courses and retirement and so yeah. Well as you can tell, we lost audio there on Sean Payton's press conference announcing that he's stepping away from the New Orleans Saints. We'll get you more information as he continues to speak. Let's bring in Adam Schefter here. As we remind you that Sean Payton and the saints combination was the highest scoring coach coach team duo in NFL history. What else can you add Adam to what you already heard there from Peyton? Well, a few things here to keep him on. He talked about the fact that he got turned down for the job in Green Bay. That's a job that went to Mike McCarthy at the time. And Mike McCarthy is in Dallas and a lot of people wondering if Sean Payton is going to wind up coaching the Dallas Cowboys. No he's not, not this season. That's not happening. That's not on the table. That's not an option. Sean Payton is going to take some time to unwind to your process. He very well could come back to coaching next year after taking this season off, but right now it doesn't look like it's in the cards for Sean Payton to coach this season. Could he be in television? That's certainly possible. But this is a decision that Sean Payton came to over recent weeks. He's known about this for quite some time. He took some time in Mexico, the last couple of weeks to play golf, unwind, relax, make sure that he was making the right decision, came in today, started meeting with the saint staff last night, met with them again today and then held a meeting a short time ago where he informed all of them about his decisions, both them for 35 minutes and told them as he just said that he doesn't know what's next, but he's going to be open to anything, but he's not going to be coaching this year in all probability. That's hard to imagine, despite the fact that there are now 9 head coaching vacancies across the National Football League. Sean Payton is not the likely guy to fill in one of them. And the saints now find themselves as the most recent team that looks to have a head coach you need. And Dennis Allen has been the interim replacement for Sean Payton before. He figures to be the favorite now, but there's a process that this team has to go through will go through and we've seen many times a team have a leader in the Clubhouse going into a search only to wind up on a different candidate and we'll see what the scenes do, but then it's Alan certainly will be one of the favorites for this job as the saints move forward. Sean Payton doesn't know what's next. He'll see what's in his future. The saints will see what's in their future, but this is the end of an era in New Orleans because Sean Payton took over this team at a time where nobody wanted to go to New Orleans. Where did he just been through Hurricane Katrina, where that was really the last place that anybody around the league would want to go? And he turned it into one of the marquee NFL franchises. And I think that when he stands up with that podium in a way, he's auditioning for a future job because there might be some NFL owner today that sees what Sean Payton is saying and says, that's a guy that when he's ready, I want him to coach my team. I also will say this, Laura,.

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"sean payton" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

08:19 min | 11 months ago

"sean payton" Discussed on NFL Live

"Breaking news as we begin NFL live, Sean Payton has made a decision to step away as head coach of the New Orleans Saints. You see him sitting down for a press conference right now. We'll take you there. Right now, we'll hear from Adam chef on the other side. Last night thinking like how do you do this with COVID and. How do you how do you leave? How do you step aside and I'm not a good writer, and I'm thinking, you know what? And Doug no offense, but man, the zoom angle on my face for the last two years is driven me crazy. So I don't want that to be like a lasting indelible impression on anyone. And fortunately, I think we managed to come up with a good setup here. Just with the space and everything that we've been through, we collectively, all of us with COVID and managing to go about our business. Last week, I had a great visit a tough visit with Mickey Loomis and misses Benson and Dennis lausa relative to just looking ahead. With what I want to do and. Mickey and I are now we're 16 years and so I think that was challenging just because of our friendship more than our professional relationship and then misses B was awesome. I love this about her. She said, well, go away for two or three months and come back in training camp and we'll be ready to go and I thought that sounded pretty good, actually. But I'm glad that she told me to spend some time away and give this some thought because it is a big decision and it certainly affects a lot of people. It's not often you as a coach have that opportunity to possibly leave and it was something that certainly I hadn't really thought about over the years we coach. We coach. We coach and at some point, they tell you to leave. And it's difficult as being fired is it sure seems easier to thank everyone and move on your merry way, but. I'll try to I'll try to hit everything and I'm gonna ask or answer every question until you guys are done answering. So I'm sorry if this takes a while, but yeah, we're not in any hurry. So I like watching Netflix. I like watching TV shows. I think you guys do as well. And it's Mardi Gras season and I'm a kind of a Ted Lasso fan. And I do have a regret. 15 seasons, 16 years here and I've got like the best female owner in the world of sports and we don't do biscuits here in New Orleans, but we do king cakes. So where's misses B? I also have like a hundred of them for the media and everyone else that's here. To kind of celebrate the Mardi Gras season. I want to start and bounce around here, but I want to start with a series of thank yous, it's important. And so thank you, misses Benson for man for being no better. There could be no better owner for me to have worked for starting with your late husband, mister B Tom Benson. When I was sitting around last night thinking about how I wanted this to unfold. I Google search breeze and it's like, I hate following breeze. And he brought up some of the same stories, mister B was always one of those guys that for every meeting I had with him, it was never football related. It was always about something other than football. And he had a dish at tootsie rolls and Hershey kisses that go in there. We talk about family. We talk about anything other than the saints and I miss him and realize the time and the time being of me coming here back in 2006 was perfect. And obviously us having some early success worked out. But I wish he was here in misses B you've been fantastic. Carrying on everything about his legacy and I know he would be extremely proud and is extremely proud. So he's not here right now, but he is. And so I think the two of you for being for being great owners. And I mean that beyond just being owners, I thought about this, I can't think of one time the answer was no. Now it might be like, oh, we're trying to do something and we don't have enough time to remodel and so it might have been time driven, but the answer was never know. And look, that's easy when Mickey has the credit card, and I've got the wish list. I'd like to thank Dennis Laos, our president and a good friend for. People talk about culture and what's the secret teams right now, 8 teams, 9 teams, they're all searching for the right culture. Everyone wants to know how and it's very difficult and yet if I was writing a book, I'd say it's also very simple. The alignment of ownership, your club president, your general manager, your head coach, right through your roster, that sounds easy. But like any relationship they require work, right? I mean, it requires time and energy. It requires a similar similar goal. It requires us all to kind of like lay down our arms and our egos for the best of the team. And if we ask that of our players, then certainly we have to ask that of our organization. So sometimes I was fortunate at a young age to really be around some special coaches, my high school coach, man, my college coach, and then in this league, you sometimes get jobs and it's coincidence, sometimes it's good fortune, sometimes it's not good fortune. But those roots for me or those bloodlines for me as I look back on it were extremely extremely important and I just met with our staff and I told our young coaches and have your feet grounded in the job you have and these things get these things that you want very fast will happen, but they may not happen in the timing that you want them. But the point I'm making about Dennis is it's like it's like a good baseball team right up the middle from the catcher to the pitcher to the infield of the outfield..

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Saints frustrate Brady again, beat SB champ Buccaneers 9-0

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Saints frustrate Brady again, beat SB champ Buccaneers 9-0

"The the reigning reigning Super Super Bowl Bowl champion champion Buccaneers Buccaneers were were looking looking to to clinch clinch the the NFC NFC south south title title on on their their home home turf turf but but the the St St said said no no their their defense defense held held Tampa Tampa Bay Bay quarterback quarterback Tom Tom Brady Brady to to just just two two hundred hundred and and thirteen thirteen yards yards passing passing sacked sacked him him four four times times forced forced him him to to fumble fumble and and intercepted intercepted him him on on route route to to a a nine nine nothing nothing shut shut out out defensive defensive coordinator coordinator Dennis Dennis Allen Allen filled filled in in for for head head coach coach Sean Sean Payton Payton who who missed missed the the game game after after testing testing positive positive for for covert covert nineteen nineteen the the victory victory boosted boosted the the saints saints into into playoff playoff position position in in the the N. N. F. F. C. C. F. F. seven seven and and seven seven Tampa Tampa Bay Bay drops drops to to ten ten and and four four on on the the season season I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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 Correa, Astros rally past Braves 9-5, cut WS deficit to 3-2

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Correa, Astros rally past Braves 9-5, cut WS deficit to 3-2

"AP sports I'm guessing call block the World Series is headed back to Houston after the Astros rally past the Braves in game five Marwin Gonzalez had a tiebreaking two run bloop single in the fifth to make it seven to five on the way to Houston's nine to five wins Martine Maldonado drove in three runs and Carlos Correa had a pair of RBIs for the Astros who host game six Tuesday Adam duvall had a first inning grand slam at Freddie Freeman added a solo shot for the Braves in the NFL the saints topped the Buccaneers thirty six to twenty seven after losing starting quarterback Jameis Winston to what coach Sean Payton termed a significant injury to his left knee the

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"sean payton" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"sean payton" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Wake up and Rogers wakes up out of the offseason doldrums. And the end up going 13 and four. They certainly have that talent having done that the last two years. Either. This is a team that wins the division, which double digit games gets a bye. Or this is going to be a BLEEP show all season. The defense is going to be awful. Rogers is going to be emotionally checked out the Packers. No, this is the swan song. And the entire locker room kind of goes through the motions. It's either they're either going to rebound because they're that talented, which they are or they're going to be hot trash. I don't think there's any in between. That was grizzly yesterday at Salute Lee Grizzly. 855 to 1 to four. CBS 855 to 1 to 4 to 27 Twitter, D, A. On CBS, Dixieland and Tweets D a Can the Saints get a little bit of love here? Defense played really well. James looked like a halfway decent QB didn't have to throw much or too far when you got to run game with Jones and Camara. Got a little bit of love here. Hashtag Who? Doc? No doubt about it. Sean Payton continues to prove why he is one of the best coaches in the NFL. Is that Exit Drew Brees enter Teddy Bridgewater. They kept winning. Exit Drew Brees enter Taysom Hill. They kept winning. Exit Drew Brees now enter James Winston. Not only they win, they wouldn't going away on a neutral site that was supposed to be their home game. They dominated Sean Payton is phenomenal, phenomenal, with adjustments, phenomenal quarterbacks. And the defense. How did the Packers all day? And Camara is just such a monster. I mean, when he gets the corner, forget it. But Camara's got that perfect combination size speed power catches passes out of the backfield of Camara stays healthy. That offense with Jamous. Look, James looked happy yesterday He looked focused. He looked happy. Sean Payton said after the game. He was focused and determined that I saw that. I think To me. That's an indicator of why James has always been it. Yeah. Is that he's never been that locked in. He's always maybe been a little immature, a little distracted a little head, other places, maybe just not quite as disciplined as you need. And now Maybe it's the organization. Maybe it's his age. Maybe it's his experience. Whatever this is, is that, at least for a day, Jamous was quote locked in and focused. And that's when Sean Payton, we were going to have a good day. Saints look great. And look In that division. The Saints find themselves in a situation where the Falcons of the Panthers should be non playoff teams. Falcons were just trash yesterday. And it's up to the Saints to be the one that could knock off the Buccaneers. Who knows if they're that good. The Buccaneers are obviously legit. Good. But yesterday the Saints looked every bit the part of a contender. That's for sure. When we come back here on the D a show we've got your best audio of the day. Yes, we've got sound check coming up here next. So stand by then. Later on in the hour, the Tennessee Titans just get it handed to them. Yikes! What was that? We'll do that coming.

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"sean payton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"sean payton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"McVeigh was your coach or Sean Payton was your coach, and they were presenting this scenario to you. Because our offensive line hasn't jelled yet. We've got guys that have been hurt that this is the way we you would trust those guys. And their decision significantly more than we're trusting percent because he is not executed a plan yet. So why am I to believe his plan now and that's why I think There is as much consternation is there's a lot of reasons, but we have trust issues right now. Exactly. We've been we've been in bad relationships were now we have trust issues in this and we're we keep coming back to him, you know? And and so this isn't someone knew that we're not trusting. This is someone who is wronged us many, many times, But yet we keep going back to them and saying You're cool. All right, It's September. I'm a Bears fan. I'm back for a little bit more. I don't trust you. And now I'm so conflicted. There's a decent chance to plan isn't flawed, But the person that is putting the plan into effect is someone that you don't trust or the reasons he's doing it whatever it could be flawed. Whatever the case may be again, I Uh, that I don't believe that this team is a true contender for anything significant. That's why I have A different kind of feeling about this. I'm going to be a little bit more patient and play the long game like if we get to the eighth week of the season, and we're just shuffling our feet, and he sticks with Andy Dalton. That's when I will be significantly bothered by this If we get the week four, and it happens the way that I hope it happens. Well, look, I mean, you always hoping that they win, but if it happens the way I think it's going to happen. His struggle Sunday night against a really good defense. You come back against like you're going to have to score points to beat the Bengals. I think I think that I don't think the Bengals are a great team. I think they'll be improved, and I think they'll score some. So I think they'll find a way to beat the Bangles. And then they'll go to Cleveland and face of Brown's team. That is really, really good. I think they'll struggle there, and I think it'll be a perfect spot for them to make the necessary change. And that's when I let me play you one more here. Here's greenie from yesterday on, Get up. Greeny summing it up, which we both had these thoughts like for different reasons to. We both had thoughts about the Kansas City Mahomes plan when they just tell us They're using the Mahomes model and its We always say apples to oranges. Greeny summed it up. Well, I'm get up yesterday. Take a listen. All right, here's the deal If I hear one more person described the bears handling of this quarterback situation as following the Mahomes method. I might just have to lose my mind. These two situations are absolutely not equal. And there are two simple reasons why the first is Andy Dalton does not equal Alex Smith. In 2017, which is the year that my home sat all but one game is a rookie Alex Smith led the NFL in passer rating. He became only the second quarterback ever to throw for 4000 yards with five or fewer picks in the season. Just the second. Aaron Rodgers was the first The point is Alex Smith was great. Dalton, Meanwhile, this is the fact over the past five seasons, he ranks 28th in the league in Q B. R So that's the first point. The second is that Justin Fields does not equal Mahomes as a prospect. He's actually much, much better. It's hard to remember now, but Mahomes went 13 and 16 as a starter at Texas Tech. And he acknowledges now that he had no idea how to read defense is when he came into the league. Fields, meanwhile, leaves college with the second highest Qbr ever yet 86 touchdowns against 14 turnovers. He never lost a game in the Big 10. He finished 20 and two overall, the only games he lost her against Clemson and Alabama. There's only one thread of commonality between these two situations. And that is Matt Nagy, who is the Bears head coach now and was Kansas City's offensive coordinator event. He knows better than anyone what that team had and what he has now. So if he believes it is best to sit the rookie this year, it's not for me to tell him he's wrong. That when people try to tell you, it is because history might repeat itself feel free to gently inform them. They really don't have any idea what they're talking about. That's what I think of the bear situation at quarterback, and that was Greenie. But would I take it a step further even of what he said about Maggie? Neddy has proven to you time and time again. He may have been okay following Andy Reid's advice, but when he's the guy writing the plan He's hugely flawed. No offensive plan is ever worked under Matt Nagy here. He is not in the read. So even though he was there, and he was a bystander, he was the quarterbacks coach. And Andy Reid told them what to do. Now you've got Andy. Now you've got Matt Nagy running point. And Matt Nagy is proven to you that he's not a point guard. Yes, it took me 30. Seconds after I heard the analogy that was being made, or that was the plan that they were going to follow. To immediately my antenna went up immediately, like In no way, shape or form and greeny, you know, did it in an eloquent fashion, and you can continue to go further back made Andy Dalton is just as new to this system is Justin Fields is Alex Smith had been there for years like that. There is no connection between our situation in The chief situation other than sitting of rookie quarterback and playing a veteran. That's the only similarity. All right. Let's get some pics for the weekend to if you want to react to what you just heard, Kyle Brandt. Greeny. US Bears football. What's on your mind? 3323776 in Carmen De Falco will give you some tips entering into the football weekend with some of the plays of Should we call this? Just just the tips is what we should call. There you go. Carmen De Falco joins us. Next live at Jay Mo's. Brought to you by Miller Lite. You're listening to Waddle and Sylvia on ESPN 1000, Chicago's home for Sports. Captain J. Hood taste next time ever cut on.

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New Orleans Saints to Use Interim Facility for First Month of Season

The Dan Patrick Show

01:10 min | 1 year ago

New Orleans Saints to Use Interim Facility for First Month of Season

"The new orleans saints have picked their starting quarterback jameis winston. Jeff duncan covering the team new orleans times. Picayune sports columnist. Let me start with that season opener given the weather and we still have some time. Here is their contingency plans. If the saints can't host the packers that opening weekend jeff dan. They're working on that right now. I mean the situation is so fluid as you can imagine in new orleans. The power outages catastrophic. The entire city is still out of power. And so there's so many other priorities right now in the city beyond the football game and we stopped the sean payton this morning. Big look like the saints are going to set up shop in the dallas fort worth area. Absurd least the next month or so and he mentioned that they'd even looked into possibly playing their home games over in dallas and. At and t. stadium. I think that's one of the ideas they're not going around with. There's so many moving parts here other trying to make roster cuts today get players out of there and they got families members all in the hotel move hotel so it's a it's a crazy situation very unprecedent.

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Saints Head Coach Sean Payton Disappointed With Timing of Michael Thomas' Surgery

WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Saints Head Coach Sean Payton Disappointed With Timing of Michael Thomas' Surgery

"Head coach of the Saints. He says he's disappointed with the timing of Michael Thomas's surgery when it happened in June, and it could have happened a whole lot earlier than that disappointing. And we'll work through it with the other players that are here. Um, but the surgery took place and obviously You know, we would have liked That to have happened earlier than later. And quite honestly, it should have Can you explain? I mean, was there a lack of communication in between work? Nope. I'm gonna leave it at that.

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"sean payton" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"sean payton" Discussed on First Things First

"Would agree with me right. Availability is key for dare ernie by the way only four running backs of won three straight rushing title. If king henry can join that elite group this season we gotta get back to our top story this morning. Up in green bay aaron rodgers with his tell all yesterday in his press conference is he writes that he deserves special treatment. First things first rolling on thursday morning back time now for stores to start your morning. Sponsored by ram trucks built to serve air andres. Not the only guy who stood behind the podium. Yesterday davante adams did as well. First time we've heard from devante since finding out extension talks with green bay had all but stalled when you lead the league with eighteen receiving touchdowns he ever right to be the league's top paid pass. Catcher devante said as much yesterday so brandon. What is your reaction to devante saying. He deserves to be the highest paid. he does. this is the system that they put in place. You're wide receiver. You outperform your contract or your any any position for that matter You outperform your contract. You should happen seat at the table. And let's discuss it and then how you break it down and this is what's this has been in place for years. Our top five receivers larry fitzgerald. He goes to the table. He gets a four year. Deal a forty million dollar contract average ten million dollars a year. Thirty million guarantee so now what happens is orange. Johnson comes back to the table. And andre johnson says well okay. I'm gonna top five receiver. I need a similar deal. I if not the same that need a little bit more. And so then you have andre johnson. Dc aj green and. That's how we get this market to where the players go from ten million dollars received from ten million dollars twelve to fifteen twenty devante. Atoms is ranked eighteenth in the nfl at an author wide receivers and contract right so think about that. He's one of the greatest wide receivers the game and he's playing at a high level. Statistically speaking you can say he's probably he could be put potentially number one joy and he's not there he's not being compensated that way so devante is doing and what he's saying. It's been in place for the past twenty years. We talk about business around athlete. Brennan do you think that he's tied directly to aaron rodgers. Like you told your story about like of jay cutler jay cutler put his house on the market brandon. Marshall put his house on the market. Do you think those guys are tied at the hip or do you see devante adam signing a long term deal with green bay without knowing what aaron rodgers futures holds the toughest part. Most important thing about this especially in the national football league is is is the injury rate. It's an edible evitable one hundred percent injury rate joy so he has to take that into consideration. But if. I'm devante adams i am tied to to Aaron rogers. i'm tired to aaron rodgers. Because i can. I know if it's not a career ending injury. I can go make my money somewhere else. So if if yes if air. Rogers put his house on the market. I'm putting my house on the market. I'm a. I'm definitely tied to hit him. Well devante is in a situation where like you mentioned. He's the next guy up. So you absolutely deserves to be the highest paid and like what the highest paid really means is. It's your turn to get paid. And so the market has already been set. So you're gonna reset the market and then the next guy's gonna reset the market as you already said so. The principle of it is really just that he's up and he's the top receiver in the nfl. Who's next to be paid now. Getting paid in green bay is interesting. Because you just mentioned. Aaron rodgers and being tied aaron rodgers. If he's going to take a contract in green bay aside from the fact that he's the top receiver it's imperative that he is the highest pay because we don't know if aaron rodgers is going to be there next year and he plays a dependent position so even jordan love comes in and he's competent. Let's say he's good. He's still gonna be aaron rodgers league. Mvp not right now. And how's that going to affect devante numbers over the next couple years on him getting the next contracts which may not be the highest paid. But we'll still be a very big contract. He's still in his prime so he has to consider all those things when he's negotiating which is why he should not take anything less than the highest paid wide receiver in the nfl and look. Why receivers premium right now. All of the new rules are curved for the offense. Having a premier wide receiver is very important. That will not be plenty of suitors to pay devante atoms as he deserves but he's got to be strategic with it if he's gonna to stay in green bay because their future is very uncertain. Yes so much to unpack here here. Here's that list again. He is eighteenth on that list. He's not top five tough ten he is. He's not tough. He's eighteenth and he is a top five wide receiver in one and two in majority of people covering the nfl's books right so there's a lot to this. Even when he talked wild he talked about. Look you know when a player underperforms you know team comes in they say look. We're not going to extend you or they say we need money back and those conversations are quick. He that they'd been having these discussions since january february. Why is it so hard to get a deal done about perform contract. You guys see that. No one can stop me. There's people that can slow me down but no one can stop me. So there's more to highlight their in green bay right now man it's it's messy and queen queen. Petty is going to get a little bit more interesting as the days go by. It's only one day that was day. One joy taylor thank you so much for joining us. We gotta go. We'll see tomorrow one..

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"sean payton" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"sean payton" Discussed on First Things First

"Space. Tonight's nba draft is featured on the free to play fox boat. Super six. you can just scan. Qr code download the app. Answer six questions about the draft and your shot two thousand dollars simple enough all right back here talking running backs now. So madden has been coming out with their Their ratings by position over the last week. And it's all fun and games till you get to the running backs list which had assault just a little perplexed scratching the old noggin. The reigning two-time rushing king. The guy brandon wanted to be the mvp last year these stiffest of stiff arms derrick henry. Not at the top man's got christian. Mccaffrey as tom brady guy. Then henry and nick for seven he gets cooked kamera and others to follow. You've taken that list right. There brand is your guy. Derrick henry in your opinion being disrespected here. Oh my goodness well. Y'all are getting my blood boiling this morning. We're talking about the wide receivers getting paid into volunteer atoms. Now we're talking about my. Mvp the guys who've been mvp last year and we're talking about the running back. Who was the eighth. The eighth running back to to go for over two thousand yards and only standing next to terrell davis to over two thousand yards and fifteen touchdowns he should be at ninety nine man. And this is this respectful. Like how do you not have him number. One now christian mccaffrey. There's no knock on kiss christian mccaffrey. He actually should be ninety seven if we're taking out last year we're just focusing on his ross skill and ability and we're talking about moving on. We're talking about this year absolutely but think about what henry has done over the last couple of years. Not only has he been the best running back and gotten it done and went for two thousand yards but he also stay healthy christian. Mccaffrey came off a big year where he was in a conversation to be. Mvp joy and then all of a sudden he got hurt this year. He was banged up. He got back in the lineup. Got banged up. Again is a war of attrition at the running back position one of your superpowers. One of your talents needs to be staying healthy. These are do the kerry to rock or touch the ball twenty to twenty five times a game. They are getting beat up so they gotta stay healthy and their carry has done that. Okay and he needs to be number one while he not only needs to be number one but he should have a ninety. Nine may get this right. Okay what are they. Can you know maybe be it. Changes throughout the year. Maybe move up. You know who belongs on this list brandon my guy. Jonathan taylor wisconsin guy. Not really my wife went to his own. I get to be wisconsin guy but just by proxy. This is since week. Eleven thousand member. John until derek. Kind of it wasn't even it was running back by committee. He was like one part of a three headed monster. But you know you're sort of like the most decorated college running back of all time. Why don't you sorta handle the load will do now do what you got carson wentz back there i think carson wentz can look out to jonathan taylor. Who's gotten better at catching the ball. Better every year and wisconsin came to league acne catch. Yes he can catch. You racked up three hundred yards almost through the air so i think carson he's gonna have he's gonna be great he's gonna we know that defense. I'm ali all in on the colts. Carson wentz and jonathan taylor joint. Finally finally you came to my side. I gotta remain gotta remain calm throughout the disrespect. King henry all right. Let me let me put my queen. Queen petty crown on and descend king. Henry let's then yes push. Mccaffrey should be above their henry but for so many reasons. This is a gis yes brandon. You're right he should have ninety nine rating. but derek. harry's two thousand nine hundred and season was better than christian. Mccaffrey is nineteenth. Season rushing rushing only and chris. You're happy was injured almost all of last year. How is he ranked higher then. Derrick henry says they're getting re impact on his team is more evidence considering at the panthers. Were five eleven two years in a row. The reason a derrick henry the remember the titans are relevant. The reason that they are competitive is because of derrick henry. His impact is shown in wins and losses. Not just the tissot. Six not just fantasy football. I love but we're talking about real life. this is matt. And you've got to rank things how they show. What is the impact of this player on the field. Derrick henry is one of my favorite players in the league. He might be my favorite to watch. There is no other player. That looks like him that runs like him. That has the power that he has. He's tossing guys with his pinky finger across the field. It's magic to watch. But this is absolutely disrespectful. I understand christian. Mccaffrey is the rule gretz and he is an incredible player but he was injured all last year. And what what what pushes cushion mccaffrey into a different. Space is his ability to catch the ball. But that's not what we're talking about rushing it. We're talking about running backs running backs. No derrick henry is the best running back and he is miles ahead of christian. Mccaffrey as a running back as a receiver having a different conversation. But that's not what we're talking about here. He's absolutely disrespected with this ranking and having mccaffrey above him. Yeah you're one hundred percent Right with winter saying we don't even have to talk about christian. Mccaffrey like he's a dog. But but everything you said was on point just honing in on henry. Think about this and this is why was adamant about him being. Mvp not needing to change the conversation around the mvp because it's really is a quarterback award. That's what it's really come down to but the hardest thing to do in the national football league there's two things right. The hardest feats is to rush for over two thousand yards in. Go for what a season where you have. Twenty plus sex. Those are some of the hardest things that do. They're barely done. Okay for this guy to eighth guy to ever do that like he needs to have way more respect not only put ninety nine and his name put ninety nine point five hours eight. We can't give a guy hundred but that's why this is so disrespect for america because this is one of the hardest things you can do in football Joy you know this. We've seen guys throw for thirty touchdowns year after year. We seen them throw for forty touchdowns. We've seen receivers go for fifteen sixteen hundred yards. We've seen defensive backs come down with ten interceptions but we rarely see this. This is something that'd be celebrated in their continued disrespect his name. They disrespected his name at the award. Show giving aaron rodgers. The mvp disrespecting his name now. What is this mad ratings. Well i think that aaron rodgers deserve the mvp. But i do also completely agree with you that there can re an aaron. Roger should have been much closer. Because derrick henry actually affects wins and losses of you. Take derrick henry off of that team they are. I don't even believe that. They're in the playoffs. I think he's one of the most if not being most. We're really having this conversation. The most dominant offense player in the league. Have you look at his numbers his this and see his availability and you. Obviously the offensive line plays a major role in running back success. But there henry is a whole 'nother level up from every other running back in the league to me. And i think that if you have eyeballs and you look and you look at the often that you.

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Drew Brees, Saints rework contract to save almost $24M in cap space

FOX Sports Radio Weekends

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Drew Brees, Saints rework contract to save almost $24M in cap space

"And Drew Brees agreed to a restructuring of his contract. You're probably thinking, Oh, man, he is coming back when they don't know they restructured his 24 plus million dollar contract down to the veteran's minimum of like a million and change. Why would they do that? Well because he's going to retire. And so that way it opens up that cap space and they've got that available and ready so that they sort of know where they're at. And so that, so that was just a sign an indication that Drew Brees. He's done there already, you know, going through the motions, and it's over. Is anybody surprised that Drew Brees because also, Sean Payton said he expects a for a decision from Drew Brees next week. Anybody all that surprised that Drew Brees is waiting until after the Super Bowl to make his decision on his retirement?

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"sean payton" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

07:54 min | 2 years ago

"sean payton" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Ultimately Drew Brees and Sean Payton over 15 seasons. A lot of post seasons a Super Bowl championship. Was not enough that it was disappointing and underachieving. I sat on that and thought, boy. Would I define the Drew Brees era as under achieving Here is Saints radio Network host Christian Courage who joined Amy Lawrence here on CBS Sports Radio. To be honest, 15 years of Drew Brees and Sean Payton. Together they only have one Super Bowl. That's underachieving. It's disappointing, but you could make the case for the Nolan. Oh, call, but you know it is what it is. Sean Payton says that all the time so and that was in that regard. You get one Super Bowl with those two guys together. That's an underachievement and look the fans. There are quick to note that I know right now They're kind of prisoners in the moment and you know with somebody else's quarterback in this team, whether it's tasting Hill or Jamis Winston I think Phil can and even greater appreciation for what number nine did in black and gold both on and off the field. 15 years of Drew Brees and Sean Payton. What? I describe it as an underachievement. I would not. I know that fans hoped for more. And I know that when you have a coach in a quarterback together for that long and you go to that many post seasons That you want and desire a little bit more confetti. One more parade, some or glory. I would not define Drew Brees is era in New Orleans as underachieving. I would describe it as disappointing and those are two different things. Is it disappointing that the Saints did not get another bite at the apple in the Super Bowl? Sure. Over the course of 15 years, did they underachieve? I don't believe so. Here's what the resume is 15 years between 2006 and 2020. They had nine playoff seasons. Again six non playoff seasons. Five of those seasons. They had 12 form or winds. Four times They went 13 and three to me, 12 and four is a great year. 13 and three is an elite year. They had 5 12 Win seasons arm or and 4 13 win campaigns. They went to three NFC Championship games. And won a Super Bowl. When I look at that resume, that's a lot of freaking winning. It's a lot of playoffs and a lot of winning. They want eight playoff games. It's a lot of victories. That's a lot of success. That's a lot of walking out of that building feeling good more than you feel bad. Playoff losses are tough, and this is why I would say it's disappointing but not underachieving is that the playoff losses all feel kind of seismic. Literally in Seattle. Remember, they were 11 and five and went to play the first sub 500 team of the playoffs. The seven and nine Seahawks and lost In the Beast Quake game. It's a really memorable bad loss. Remember, Also, Drew Brees got out dueled the next season in 2011 by Alex Smith and the 40 Niners in that crazy 36 32 Vernon Davis game. That's a really memorable loss. They lost on the Minneapolis miracle. They lost with no pass interference called at the end of the NFC championship game against the Rams. By you blunder. They lost to Kirk Cousins at home. When we've all felt like there's no way Kirk Cousins could win on the road to the playoffs and then Drew Brees just threw three I Antes and Jared Cook fumble the football for four turnovers against the Buccaneers on Sunday. I think the thing is those all feel like really painful ways to lose. But when you go to the playoffs nine times in 15 years You win a Super Bowl. And You completely changed the complexion of the entire organization. From the moment you stepped in the door. I can't call that underachieving. It could be disappointing. It can't be underachieving. In 2000 and five You have to realize the New Orleans Saints had been to the playoffs a mere five times their history. They were one and four. Okay. For one and five. They had won one playoff game in five trips before Drew Brees took over. Breeze and Peyton Get there in 2006. They're in the playoffs. The first here they're in the NFC championship game the first year the first year. Again. They had not been to the playoffs. Except for once in the last 14. They'd won one playoff game ever in the franchise history and in year one there the NFC Championship game. In 2000 and nine They're 13 and three They win the Super Bowl and Sean Payton's onside kick. And Drew Brees. Out doing Peyton Manning in the Super Bowl. That's all time moment, the only time the franchise has ever been or won a Super Bowl. You've got that with your resume. I can't say that's underachieving. I can say there's been a lot of painful losses. But I think also what you have to remember is the last four years have been really good for the Saints. And then really painful exits. Four really painful playoff exits. But as they moved on, the saints were 11 and 5, 33 13 and three then 12 and four Breeze was no longer Drew Brees. And he had the misfortune of timing here. The three years before that 2014 to 2016. The Saints were 797979. And Drew Brees was a better version of himself that he was the last four years. Had things flipped. And Drew Brees had Lattimore and Kamara and Thomas and all of the great pieces they've brought in or drafted. In 14 15 16 instead of going 79 and going home every year for the playoffs. Instead, these 13 and threes and 12 and force happened then. I think the Saints were in a Super Bowl or two. But breezes effectiveness waned as the team got better, and we saw that with Teddy Bridgewater and Taysom Hill winning when he wasn't in. The team itself was better but breezes getting worse Breeze was getting injured. Breeze is getting old. And ultimately in the playoffs. It goes back to my real true belief. You need elite quarterbacking in the playoffs to win a Super Bowl, You could win a playoff game, You could win a playoff round. But you can't win a Super Bowl..

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How the Tampa Bay Buccaneers upset the New Orleans Saints to advance to the N.F.C. championship game.

Get Up!

02:18 min | 2 years ago

How the Tampa Bay Buccaneers upset the New Orleans Saints to advance to the N.F.C. championship game.

"Drew brees tom. Brady eighty five years worth of quarterbacks second quarter at six three saints and then dan fish huge mistake by brief. Yeah first of all the internal pressure and second of all the physical. Play at the line of scrimmage by murphy bunting getting physical with the receiver michael thomas undercutting that outraged by drew brees. That throw was a huge tone. And that. I love the to mike evans big body in the red zone. Stay in between the quarterback and defensive back touchdown tampa bay for cash in ten six tampa ensuing drive seats trying to respond. This is james winstons. First career playoff past and dan take a look at the triggering. Yeah love the beautiful design and then trey smith leaking down the middle field. But this is really about everyone paying attention to alvin kamara. Watch the tailback in. How many blocks defenders run that way. They lead tricon smith on blocked out here. You big cat. Take great play designed by matt. Nagy that sean payton carries over to yesterday saints thirteen. Ten is the advantage there. Bucks get a field goal. So we're tied up at halftime first. Possession of the second breeze to smith again beautiful. Throw we've seen so much by drew. Brees that incites thought. Fade carry into the sideline touchdown new orleans but then later in the third dan. This play changed the entire game. It's incredible winco junior yet. Tampa new orleans wins. The right they get that slant because it's man coverage but just watch that right hand come in on that back side punch to finish that playoff for tampa bay's defense. That ball bounces right to their defender to huge turnover for them saints turnovers and the bucks cashing in. That was the story of the game. Here's brady that's leonard. Four bucks tied up at twenty cook knows. That mistake was critical. Comes another one dan. Although this one clearly seems to be miscommunication yeah really. It's really just trying to get a vertically route to evan chimera out of the backfield but what happens is never liked. Does a remarkable job of playing with vision onto drew brees patient and then no wasted movement snaps drives on that football before kamera ever turns around and drew knows that was a terrible decision. Saints third turnover leads to this brady takes it himself. Tom brady giving the bucks a thirty to twenty lead. Only the rap isn't excited about it and one last chance now. Desperation time for freeze. That is tipped in the air. And that is all she

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Turnovers Doom Saints in 30-20 NFC Divisional Playoffs Loss to Bucs

ESPN Daily

03:14 min | 2 years ago

Turnovers Doom Saints in 30-20 NFC Divisional Playoffs Loss to Bucs

"Bill. I just want to dive into it here. Because there's a lot to get to after watching the bucks. Beat the saints. Thirty to twenty so new orleans had been in tampa bay twice this season in week. One about four hundred years ago and then again in november. So what was the difference in this game vs those other two. I really simple pablo the saints. Just didn't protect the football. In the two regular season games between these teams the saints won the turnover battle. Both times there are plus three in the week one victory and then one up in the rematch. Tom brady threw five picks across those two games. Only seven in his other fourteen games. That really felt like the saints had his number and they were gonna have to flip that to win in new orleans. Well they flipped. It didn't turn the ball over the saints coughed up. Four times including three interceptions drew brees. The bucks turned the first few takeaways and two touchdowns and use the fourth to wrap up the game and kneel down. It's virtually impossible to win a playoff game. That sort of margin the saints will just sloppy in this game. Mean breeze could have thrown four or five picks. He threw an awful interception under pressure for the first one and on the same page with alvin kamara on a scene route for the second interception. The third bounced off jared cook. Who also fumbled away a completion on a drive where the saints were looking at. Go up to scores. They lost the ball and proceeded to give up seventeen unanswered points to end their season. So clearly the bucks had a formula of sorts for stopping breeze in it seemed like every aspect of this game. But it's not just that they stopped him instead. They made him look straight up terrible really often and i'm wondering how did they do that to that degree. Well i really think that todd bowles bucks defense. Look the tape from last week's game against the bears look how drew brees was playing. Look at how pal those receivers were moving and just didn't think there was anybody in that lineup who could reliably win against man coverage or beat them down field with their speed. This was especially true. After the saints lost deonte harris who had two long punt returns early in this game to a neck injury the saints did get a long touchdown but it was not with brees on the field. It was the lone snap for one jameis winston who came in and use the same trick. Play the bears ran against them last week. For a long touchdown coming across his sanders they handed to them. Refers goes to jameson mega man. Wide open trade smith at the twenty five fifteen ten five and a touchdown saints and jameis winston. What a touchdown pass against his former overall when breeze on the field it was pretty clear at the game plan was to dare him and his receivers to try and take shots towards the sidelines and get downfield and the game plan worked the bucks used heavy doses of twists and stunts upfront create pressure and then just smothered breezes receivers. I honestly it really felt the only reason. Sean payton didn't bench breeze for winston on the last drive. The game is because it was probably a last few snaps of drew brees his career.

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Is Drew Brees  no longer the elite quarterback of the past

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03:31 min | 2 years ago

Is Drew Brees no longer the elite quarterback of the past

"Think it's time to sound the alarms on drew brees who was uncharacteristically erratic with his accuracy yesterday on top of of the week one game where he couldn't move the ball it's definitely too bad back to back weeks for drew brees. But I think this week them not having Michael Thomas out there I mean Alvin Kamara he's still look good but obviously, they need more than just him. He can't just be the Alvin Kamara show out there. So drew brees I. Think. Yeah. You have to be a little concerned at this that we're not seeing what we should be seeing out of him because Derek Carr put up the numbers that drew brees should have last night. It's another game where you know you look at breeze his average depth target is just over five yards, the vast majority, and this was obviously true with Michael Thomas to the vast majority of yardage that he's gaining is coming after the catch it's a different type of quarterback that they have to play around. Like Luke are my son, it became a saints fan a year ago, and my concern was like, well, you kind of jumped on this one a little late in the game had you been born earlier that might have been more profitable for you but he asked last night like is drew brees look so sad and I thought like like on a micro right like on a micro level it's because you're losing to the raiders on Monday night football and you're frustrated but like on a Matra level like the something in the is a breeze. Through me down the stretch like you can kind of get in the is well, you've seen this with Peyton manning to like in that last year and. First of all small sample size. Let's see what happens the true breeze but there are concerning distressing signals out there were seen it on the field and I thought that there was a look in the eyes of drew brees last night that sort of new something's changed here. It's not the end, but something's changed and heap maybe shares a little bit of the concern that we share because he had. You did and he. Does face. It makes me think about retirement. Remember he almost consider retirement. And players always say like once you think about it you're you're already you're already there. What did you see colleen last night? No. The same thing that's US did there was one shot in particular of through breezes face that he just you could see it was written all over his face. It was just pure dejection I. Guess to like He. He looked so sad in the moment time for that Viking funeral just put him on the wooden rafts now and push them out into the Gulf of Mexico start firing those arrows Taylor swift. They've got Winston. I Love Patras tweet where he said, we're like four weeks away from breeze coming down with a mysterious injury and Winston getting a little bit of a test drive. I mean listen that would be wild and I. Think our boy that boy wolf the number one saints fan on. Twitter pointed out that Winston had killer training camp, and and you know we also have, of course chastened Tatum Hill the twenty one, million dollar man who really has not been involved the offense too much through two weeks. Sean Payton is a guy that is if they continue to struggle you imagine it's going to be hard for him not to think about mixing things up or perhaps making a big change, but it still thinks I still feels a little premature especially the Michael Thomas. Out. Emmanuel Sanders had had a bad game yesterday. He's obviously not his straight he's in the. Chakwal Smith. IS THEIR NUMBER ONE RECEIVER So a lot of the states have a lot of work to do both in strategy and play and discipline. And now they got the packers. So that's going to be a games. Look forward to

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New Orleans Saints agree to terms with QB Winston on one-year contract

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02:09 min | 2 years ago

New Orleans Saints agree to terms with QB Winston on one-year contract

"Yahoo Sports is Charles. Charles Robinson reports at Norrland's is finalizing a one year deal with Winston. The former buck coming off a five thousand one hundred nine yards season thirty plus touchdowns three interceptions and immediately eyebrows. Raised the idea that Winston would stay in the division. Go to the Saints. Backup drew brees. He enters the mix with Tatum Hill. Who IS SUPPOSED TO BE? And maybe still is the heir apparent To breeze so it just leads to a lot of unsolved mysteries in its own right greg your thoughts when you heard the news that Winston may be and quite possibly is headed to the saints I I wasn't shocked because I I what I did. This hashtag setup into your own comet with a big way. Why why you made your Greg sounding you often. I got it. I wasn't gonNA say anything but then mark reacted to it and I can't help myself but go ahead. I did this Saints Twitter Pot. Podcast just knew that way wolf as podcasts. Him into my buddy Adam and they were saying they were hearing. This was going to happen before the draft so they got sources on the inside and and they ended up being proven right and it makes all the sense in the world of your Jameis Winston and makes sense of. You're the saints too. I think you get a chance to get Jameis. Winston in the building for a year probably drew brees his last year. We haven't heard any financial terms the Jameis Winston deal you know was reported on before the Taste Hill extension Came out and the money that was involved. That extension came out. Part of me does wonder. Is this deal for absolute sure does did Winston know about that before he he came determines but either way he? He should do the deal. Because if he can somehow impress Sean Payton or if he can end up getting in the lineup and being as backup like Teddy Bridgewater What better place to possibly learn because damis Winstons still has a lot to learn but he also has a lot of talent a guy that throws for five thousand yards can do things in the NFL and like there's no better place to learn. Other than to undo. Breezy and Sean Payton.

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Saints cancel offseason program amid coronavirus concerns

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Saints cancel offseason program amid coronavirus concerns

"The New Orleans Saints have cancelled their offseason program because of the ongoing corona virus pandemic and inform players they will not be required to report the club headquarters until training camp whenever that may be saints general manager Mickey Loomis said coach Sean Payton notified players of the decision on Wednesday adding that the club will remain in regular communication with players between now and the start of camp Loomis added that the team would still conduct various meetings with players online but would not use virtual drills to conduct anything that would require physical exertion I'm Josh Rowntree

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Saints cancel offseason program amid coronavirus concerns

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Saints cancel offseason program amid coronavirus concerns

"The New Orleans Saints have cancelled their offseason program because of the ongoing corona virus pandemic and inform players they will not be required to report the club headquarters until training camp whenever that may be saints general manager Mickey Loomis said coach Sean Payton notified players of the decision on Wednesday adding that the club will remain in regular communication with players between now and the start of camp Loomis added that the team would still conduct various meetings with players online but would not use virtual drills to conduct anything that would require physical exertion I'm Josh Rowntree

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Saints cancel offseason program amid coronavirus concerns

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Saints cancel offseason program amid coronavirus concerns

"Ohio the New Orleans state's Saints have cancelled chase their young offseason is expected program to because be the of first the ongoing defensive corona player virus taken pandemic in Thursday's and inform NFL players draft they will not be required the six five to report two the club hundred headquarters sixty until five training pound camp defensive whenever end that projected may be to go to saints Washington general manager Mickey with the number Loomis two said pick coach Sean Payton his notified Buckeye players teammate of the decision Jeff Okuda on Wednesday considered adding the top that the club cornerback will remain in regular could go communication as high as three with players between Auburn's now and Derek the start of brown camp is the highest Loomis added rated defensive that the team linemen would still conduct various and Isaiah meetings Simmons with players from online Clemson but would graded not use tops virtual among drills linebackers to conduct anything I'm mark that would require Myers physical exertion I'm Josh Rowntree

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Sean Payton informs New Orleans Saints no offseason program this spring

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02:34 min | 2 years ago

Sean Payton informs New Orleans Saints no offseason program this spring

"Sean Payton told players Wednesday will they will not have any type of offseason program this spring virtual or otherwise is the quote from Peyton. Take care of your families your health and be ready this summer completely wipes it out. He had A. He had a tweet with A. I believe it's a game of thrones ref of kind of mocking the setup of whether virtual meetings are like with all the players and coaching staff. I wonder if this GONNA be pains and influential Guy A domino or a lot of teams are like the stupid. Like I know what we're trying to do here and stay in touch with the players and start installing layer of what the twenty twenty game plan is but maybe we're better off just clearing the decks and waiting for everything to settle. I would add that there that does need to go through some channels in terms of the the league in the NFL. Pa and how they want that stuff to be handled on that came from our newsroom on some level. But secondly that. That's that's maybe more of a luxury for a team like the Saints. Where the coach? The quarterback in many of the players are embedded in know each other. Well that's not a luxury. A first year coach Matt Rules Approach things that way I can guarantee you wondered what rule does rule or any of these first year. Coach is really think a lot's going to be accomplished in this. I guess dating with players you've never met. I would think it would. You'd want to establish some I D of WHO? You are as a coach with as many players as you could. That would be my approach if I were first year coach. I was stunned to see this. Because you just don't see. Nfl coaches give up control like that that they're saying okay we could be. We could have you two hours a day for a month and a half. But we're going to say no we we're going to trust you to show up to camp and you just don't see them giving up control and this is a different time. Obviously I think New Orleans is one the hardest hit cities too. I think maybe that's a factor because a lot of the players live around there Sean. Payton had corona virus. Or maybe it's hitting him a little. There's a lot going on and to your point markets a veteran team. So it's not the same but I I can't remember coaches doing anything like this. I I'd be. I'd be Kinda surprising. Other teams took the approach. I mean he's not doing this if he thought it would hurt the team. You must not think they're you know something. Here's the next move though you do that. You say that. Then you create a trend around the league or other saying you know what the Saints Are. Smart. We're going to do the same thing. Then the saints secretly are meeting for two hours a day and they are getting that little bit of same said. That's good that's like two point three mark little a new pink pony operation. Perhaps in a way maybe

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Los Angeles Rams' Allen 1st NFL player to reveal positive COVID-19 test

"Rams Brian Allen becomes the first player to test positive for coronavirus he's there center I heard Jay Glazer's report Allen the first publicly known and if a player with a confirmed case of coronavirus New Orleans saints head coach Sean Payton was a versatile person in the NFL to test positive P. gray R. percolator Allen says that that the Allen she's made a purchase deposit code ninety three weeks ago did so again early last week first loss of sense of taste and smell to the point we could not even smell ammonia smelling salts Allen then came down with flu like symptoms he's played two years with the LA

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Boston Celtics' Marcus Smart Tests Positive For Coronavirus

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Boston Celtics' Marcus Smart Tests Positive For Coronavirus

"That the NFL has its first coronavirus case Sean Payton the coaches since testing positive for it and the NBA is reporting more cases three members of the Lakers organization is tested positive don't know if it's players stay mobs coaches whatever but stories three members of the Lakers that's the positive workers have tested positive for carbon nineteen and Marcus smart making the right to make work smart about the Celtics he is reported to have have tested positive for the corona virus so once again the coronavirus pandemic the the over arching theme of our days even if we try to inject a little bit of sports into it can't get away from it as everyone is trying to come to grips with the global

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Saints coach Payton says he tested positive for coronavirus

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Saints coach Payton says he tested positive for coronavirus

"New Orleans saints head coach Sean Payton learned Thursday that he has tested positive for covert nineteen the corona virus the first employee of either an NFL team or the league to make such a diagnosis public Payton told ESPN that he came forward to motivate people to educate themselves about what they can do to help fight the pandemic Payton said he took the test Monday after he began to feel ill a day earlier but also said that he has not been admitted to a hospital and does not have a fever or cough the fifty six year old coach said that he has been resting comfortably at home where he is in self quarantine I'm Josh Rowntree

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NFL explains why there was no pass interference called on play that eliminated Saints

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00:38 sec | 3 years ago

NFL explains why there was no pass interference called on play that eliminated Saints

"We didn't see a lot of Michael Thomas especially like over the middle those are usually when Sean Payton can game plan you to death and just find a match ups no album Camaro in the pass game really know Jared cook would like huge numbers so that tells me there is things being done to take away that short to intermediate pass game of the saints love and then as we saw for really the second playoffs in a row we were sitting there watching the game go and they can't really push the ball down the field they can't really back Minnesota off we accept with taste and health right we would see Minnesota DB sitting on everything I remember coach Dungy one point that they got a thought over their head I mean they're sitting on everything and it became a problem for

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