Rob Ryan better watch himself.
The Saints are 0-2, and the defense has given up game winning drives two weeks in a row.
Head coach Sean Payton had seen enough during the fourth quarter and let Ryan know about his displeasure in a loud manner. Ryan, of course wasn’t going to go quietly, and shouted back.
This is a relationship to watch.
Cleveland's opening home game was heavily anticipated around the league, and despite playing the almighty New Orleans Saints, many hoped and believed they'd pull it off. However, the odds were still against them going into this game.But that didn't stop Brian Hoyer from showing off.#455451694 / gettyimages.comHoyer rallied Cleveland's offense together with 2:46 left...
For the second straight game a field goal ended the game (there were 3 seconds left in regulation this time). The narrative has always been that the Saints are a different team on the road. I thought the playoff win in Philadelphia put that to rest but it’s hard to argue against that at this point. If you can’t beat the Cleveland Browns with Brian Hoyer at quarterback and no...
Nobody is happy after a loss. Nobody is happy after starting off the season 0-2. Nobody is happy losing to the Cleveland Browns. So, here is Sean Payton yelling at Rob Ryan two minutes before the Browns kicked their game-winning field goal.
The Saints are 0-2 and it’s weird.
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Saints D will...
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