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I’ve been with Sean long enough now to say
01-09-2020, 09:16 AM,
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I’ve been with Sean long enough now to say
Saints News:Saints coach Sean Payton emphasizes fixing penalty problem | WWLTim Zimmer reportingNew Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton talked to the Voice of the Saints Alvin Kamara Jersey , Zach Strief and the Cajun Cannon, Bobby Hebert on Monday night’s Saints Coaches Show following the Saints 12-10 win over the Dallas Cowboys.New Orleans Saints Team MVP, Rookie of the Month awards after Week 4The first quarter of the 2019 NFL regular season is in the books, and several New Orleans Saints players have earned individual recognition.Saints will be a better team than before Brees' injury | WWLDid they laugh at Columbus when he set off to find a new world? Did they laugh at Leonardo da Vinci as he was painting the Sistine (NOT SIXTEENTH) Chapel? Was Ponce de Leon laughed at while he was doing whatever he did? Probably. Were the laughers all wrong?Five things to know about the New Orleans Saints on Tuesday, Oct. 1Saints players are off today and will resume practice Wednesday at the Ochsner Sports Performance CenterFour lessons learned from the Dallas Cowboys’ loss to the Saints - Blogging The BoysIf you learn more from your mistakes than your successes, the Cowboys should be a lot smarter now.Saints' D embraced challenge with Drew Brees out - NFL.comThe Saints defense held the Dallas Cowboys in check on Sunday night, and the squad is all-in on carrying New Orleans on their back while their franchise QB is injured.NFL News:Bill Belichick says helmet shot on Josh Allen is 'what we've coached' | SI.comBills QB Josh Allen was knocked out of the game in the fourth quarter after colliding with Patriots DB Jonathan Jones on Sunday.NFL hasn't interviewed Antonio Brown, leaving probe openBrown’s free-agent status limits the leverage the NFL has to force cooperation with investigators. But the NFL can keep its probe open until he cooperates.Steelers running backs give credit for wildcat to coach Eddie FaulknerWe were giving Randy Fichtner too much credit for the wildcat.Cousins apologizes to Thielen for missed opportunities - NFL.comAfter Minnesota's loss to Chicago, Adam Thielen told reporters, "You have to be able to throw the ball." Upon reviewing the performance, Kirk Cousins agreed with his wideout.NFL news: CB Quenton Meeks visits 49ers as the team continues to look for help at cornerback - Niners NationStanford!Raiders ‘Have Enough Offensively,’ Says Ray Lewis – CBS San FranciscoInside The NFL analyst Ray Lewis thinks the Raiders have the offensive weapons to be competitive, if they find a way to stay consistent.Rice thinks Fitzgerald can pass him on receptions list - NFL.comJerry Rice said Tuesday on NFL NOW that seeing Larry Fitzgerald move into second on the all-time receptions list was something he'll never forget and something that's got him looking over his shoulder.Panthers Pro Bowl DL Kawann Short placed on IR - NFL.comAfter suffering a partially torn rotator cuff in Week 2 Marshon Lattimore Jersey White , Panthers defensive lineman Kawann Short has been placed on injured reserve after missing the last two games, the team announced.Arians wants Jameis Winston to keep playing 'fearless' - NFL.comTampa Bay Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians says quarterback Jameis Winston is flourishing in the team's new offense. In the past three weeks, Winston has thrown eight touchdowns and two INTs.Saints coach Sean Payton emphasizes fixing penalty problem | WWLTim Zimmer reportingNew Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton talked to the Voice of the Saints, Zach Strief and the Cajun Cannon, Bobby Hebert on Monday night’s Saints Coaches Show following the Saints 12-10 win over the Dallas Cowboys.New Orleans Saints Team MVP, Rookie of the Month awards after Week 4The first quarter of the 2019 NFL regular season is in the books, and several New Orleans Saints players have earned individual recognition.Saints will be a better team than before Brees' injury | WWLDid they laugh at Columbus when he set off to find a new world? Did they laugh at Leonardo da Vinci as he was painting the Sistine (NOT SIXTEENTH) Chapel? Was Ponce de Leon laughed at while he was doing whatever he did? Probably. Were the laughers all wrong?Five things to know about the New Orleans Saints on Tuesday, Oct. 1Saints players are off today and will resume practice Wednesday at the Ochsner Sports Performance CenterFour lessons learned from the Dallas Cowboys’ loss to the Saints - Blogging The BoysIf you learn more from your mistakes than your successes, the Cowboys should be a lot smarter now.Saints' D embraced challenge with Drew Brees out - NFL.comThe Saints defense held the Dallas Cowboys in check on Sunday night, and the squad is all-in on carrying New Orleans on their back while their franchise QB is injured.Social Media: NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Coach Sean Payton the New Orleans Saints are anything but risk averse.After all, Payton’s Saints won a Super Bowl with the help of a surprise onside kick nine years ago, and now New Orleans is one home victory away from its first Super Bowl since then — thanks to a pair of aggressive and pivotal fourth-down play calls when the Saints were trying to come back from a two-touchdown deficit.“We needed to shift momentum and we were able to, fortunately https://www.thesaintslockerroom.com/auth...ees-jersey , and take advantage of it,” said Payton, who’s bound to carry that approach into the NFC title game against the Los Angeles Rams next weekend.Facing fourth-and-short on their own 30, Payton called for a fake punt on which third-string quarterback and special teams virtuoso Taysom Hill took a direct snap as the up back.So when the Saints faced another fourth down on the Eagles 2 later that same drive, it only seemed fitting that they dialed up a touchdown pass from Drew Brees to rookie receiver Keith Kirkwood instead of settling for a field goal.That marked the beginning of 20 unanswered points scored by New Orleans in a 20-14 triumph in the divisional round of the NFC playoffs on Sunday.“It’s that play-to-win mentality,” Brees said. “I’ve been with Sean long enough now to say that he’s always been like that. From ’06 until now, I think it’s something that he knows the offense and the team feeds off of.“When you get that in guys’ minds that we are going to be aggressive, we are going to play to win, it allows guys to relax and cut loose,” Brees added.Payton’s gambles often occur with Hill on the field, perhaps because they seem to think alike. Hill had the option to check out of the fake and let the snap sail to punter Thomas Morstead if the defensive alignment looked unfavorable. But Hill was in no mind to wait for a better opportunity. He had seemingly nowhere to go when he got the ball, and powered through anyway.“At the end of the day I’m going to error on being aggressive. I’m going to error on taking the opportunity to create some momentum and have a game-changing play for sure,” Hill said. “It’s all about taking calculated risks. It’s finding that balance and that was a look that I felt like we could get it. That was a look that the coaches felt like we could get it Womens Marshon Lattimore Jersey , and I think at the end of the day it shows how much trust coach has in us.”Eagles coach Doug Pederson said the Saints’ risk-reward propositions had less to do with the element of surprise than simply New Orleans ability to call a good play situationally and execute.“You kind of expect it in that situation,” Pederson said. “You’ve just got to be prepared for that. We had our defense stay on the field. It was a great play by them.”Some other story lines surrounding the Saints’ first divisional round playoff victory since their last Super Bowl title in the 2009-10 season:LOST LEADER: The Saints stopped short of confirming that top defensive tackle Sheldon Rankins would miss the rest of the postseason with a low leg injury in the area of his Achilles, but when he punched the turf before being carted off the field, it looked serious. Afterward, Payton and players insinuated that Rankins’ injury was season-ending.“It’s gut wrenching,” Payton said. “He’s played so well for us.”Rankins was a first-round draft choice in 2016 and his eight sacks this season ranked second on the team .“To see him go down really hurt,” fellow Saints defensive lineman Tyeler Davison said. “But I think it’s going to give us some fuel as well to play for him and pull this thing out for him.”ALSHON’S ABBERATION: Normally reliable Eagles receiver Alshon Jeffery might have been the least likely candidate to have an accurate Nick Foles pass bounce off his hands and into the waiting arms of cornerback Marshon Lattimore in the final minutes, sealing the result right when Philadelphia was threatening to take a lead in the final minutes.Jeffery dropped to the turf, face down, after the turnover, but the Eagles tried to console him. Before that fateful play, Jeffery had five catches for a team-high 63 yards.“He’s so down, but for me it’s about staying positive Alvin Kamara Jersey White ,” Pederson said. “He’s made many, many big catches for us throughout the season…I told him to keep his head up and don’t let one play define him.”GROUND GAINS: The Saints outgained the Eagles 137-49 on the ground, with the elusive Alvin Kamara rushing for 71 yards, including a 12-yard, first-down run that let the Saints run out the clock. The hard-charging Mark Ingram added 53 yards. The running back tandem also combined for six catches for 44 yards.WORN DOWN: If it wasn’t tough enough for the Eagles to have three defensive starters — end Michael Bennett, tackle Fletcher Cox and cornerback Rasul Douglas — leave the game intermittently with minor injuries, Philadelphia’s defense also spent far more time on the field than the Eagles would have liked. During the last three quarters, the Saints possessed the ball for more than 32 minutes and had one 92-yard drive that took 18 plays — or more than 20 plays when counting plays wiped out by penalties.Brees pointed to that possession as “the turning point in the game.”
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