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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Stop rationalizing for Sean Payton...He's not that good...He proved himself today. I can't come up with any logic regarding that call... and you know the one I'm talking about....

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Old 12-02-2007, 10:23 PM   #11
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Re: Still giving Sean Payton a pass?

Stop rationalizing for Sean Payton...He's not that good...He proved himself today. I can't come up with any logic regarding that call... and you know the one I'm talking about.
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Old 12-02-2007, 10:26 PM   #12
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First thing first, take care of the ball. A reverse at the end of a tight game are ya NUTS.
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Old 12-02-2007, 10:46 PM   #13
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Stop rationalizing for Sean Payton...He's not that good...He proved himself today. I can't come up with any logic regarding that call... and you know the one I'm talking about.
One call doesn't make the game. We were beat anyways. Tampa beat us and deserved to win. The better football team won.
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Old 12-02-2007, 10:52 PM   #14
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Re: Still giving Sean Payton a pass?

When you are in a close game, as most of the boring NFL games are nowadays with all the "parity", the idea is not to beat yourself. Payton clearly hasn't figured that out, evident all season long. Carolina first game, today. He should be all about playing smart, he did have a good teacher in Parcells. SP needs to learn playing conservative and the clock is not a bad thing. Just don't defeat yourself. He tries the home run play too many times, last year many worked, this year just the opposite. Something about this team has been off all year. Too high expectations, who knows? We'll have the offseason to figure it out.
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Old 12-02-2007, 11:28 PM   #15
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Re: Still giving Sean Payton a pass?

face it. we are not even a good team.the only suprise is that we beat jacksonville.other than that we have not beat a decent team.duece was the main force that set up the rest of the off.we have no defense.time to play the youngsters and hope our next off season free agents and draft doesn't come out like this one.still beleive payton can become a good coach.worried more about the money people that want to only take bargain free agents.a top corner and we would at least have been contenders.keeping carney and we would have still been in contention.a couple of small mistakes and we are nothing
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Old 12-02-2007, 11:50 PM   #16
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Its amazing to me how we could have won the game with terrible defense and mediocre offense. We were a decent punt and some defense away from beating this team. WOW! When will SP learn from his mistakes? When will these highly paid professionals begin to execute? When will we start to consistently bring pressure on these newbie QBs?
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Old 12-02-2007, 11:59 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by Euphoria View Post
One call doesn't make the game. We were beat anyways. Tampa beat us and deserved to win. The better football team won.
i agree with the nut...we played like junk. couldn't sustain drives and MADE big plays...they deserved the win and got it. enough w/ this "sean is garbage" nonsense...NO ONE was saying that last year. let him develope at least a little...sheeeesh.
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Old 12-03-2007, 08:02 AM   #18
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Re: Still giving Sean Payton a pass?

Originally Posted by Euphoria View Post
One call doesn't make the game.
In this case it did. If the Saints hand the ball off three times and make a first down, Tampa loses. You had the ball. You had the clock. All you had to do was not screw it up.

We were beat anyways. Tampa beat us and deserved to win. The better football team won.
That may be true. We didn't stop them from scoring a TD. But they should have never gotten the ball back to begin with.

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Old 12-03-2007, 08:14 AM   #19
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Re: Still giving Sean Payton a pass?

I just had a future vision where we're on this board long after Sean Payton has been fired. We're still having the argument where one side can't seem to see his flaws and regards him as a great coach, while the other side keeps bringing up his consistent off-season dramatics, his lack of game preparation, his failure to make adjustments, AND HIS TERRIBLE PLAY CALLING. The third camp keeps saying, "he's gone! Our new coach is the greatest thing since sliced bread! Forget Payton!"

The stats show a lopsided game, no doubt, but the team did enough to win. The defense scored 8 points, stiffened in the red zone and held them to FGs on many drives, and got us the ball back when it counted. The offense had enough successful drives and scored enough to make up the difference. Then "wonderboy" calls the double-triple, over-under, special, secret, mega-trick play (guaranteed fresh!) which results in our guys watching the playoffs from home this year.

Coaching lost THIS GAME. Period.

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Old 12-03-2007, 08:39 AM   #20
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Yes I agree that was not the time to call that play but still as professional athletes getting all of that money you have to execute the play better. There was terrible blocking and a pitiful pitch by Reggie. Reggie should have just kept the ball and taken the loss of yards.
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