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Pitiful coaching drops New Orleans Saints to 0-2

The unthinkable happened. In the face of all the expectations, all the hype, and all the attention, the New Orleans Saints have fallen to 0-2 after an all-around pathetic showing against the Cleveland Browns. The Browns deserve credit for a good game plan and overall superior execution, but this was a game the Saints needed and should have had against a supposed inferior opponent...
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Sean Payton Screams Rob Ryan (Video)

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.
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6 hours ago  |  Discuss

Sean Payton is very upset with Rob Ryan (GIF)

Saints head coach Sean Payton wasn’t very happy that Rob Ryan’s defense gave up 26 points in a loss to the Browns. var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME'}; Loading... ZergNet The post Sean Payton is very upset with Rob Ryan (GIF) appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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Upset Coverage: Browns beat Saints

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...
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Saints lose 26-24 to the Browns

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...
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The New Orleans Saints Are 0-2 And Sean Payton Is Yelling At Rob Ryan

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. [Deadspin] Follow Sean Wagner-McGough on Twitter @seanjwagner Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Saints' Brees moves into 4th in career yardage

CLEVELAND (AP) New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees has moved into fourth place on the NFL's career yardage list, surpassing Hall of Famer John Elway. Brees entered Sunday's game against Cleveland needing 62 yards to go past Elway, who finished with 51,475 yards. Brees overtook the Denver Broncos legend with a 6-yard pass to tight end Jimmy Graham with 1:56 left in the second...
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Current and former NFL players weigh in about Adrian Peterson’s arrest on Twitter

The harrowing news stories that surfaced during this past week were difficult to digest for NFL players and fans alike. The Ray Rice elevator videotape was released to the public, and commissioner Roger Goodell stuck to his claim that the league office hadn't seen it. The only problem is that they had, indeed, been sent a tape by a law enforcement official (according to the...
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Rob Ryan vows Saints’ defense ‘will be great’

Following last season’s regular season opener, when the Saints defeated the Falcons, Rob Ryan famously bought rounds of drinks for patrons in a New Orleans bar. This year, he likely drank to help him forget. Last Sunday, the Falcons, en route to a 37-34 victory, tore Ryan’s defense to shreds in a game the outspoken defensive coordinator deemed a “stinker.” “Look, that was...
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Saints' Mark Ingram, Marques Colston won't speak to media

New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram and receiver Marques Colston both maintained media silence throughout the week after neither player spoke following Sunday's Week 1 loss to the Atlanta Falcons. So we've still gotten no explanation from Ingram about what had him fuming on the sideline during the third quarter, when he slammed his helmet and stalked away from coaches...
Via Pro Sports Daily
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Rewind: New Orleans Saints surprising Power Rankings spot, hot cheerleaders, more

Here’s everything you need to get you ready for Week 2 of the NFL season. National Columns - Power Rankings: How all 32 teams in the NFL stack up after Week 1 (READ) - QB Ratings: Ranking every starting NFL quarterback heading into Week 2 (READ) - Fab Five: The best games on the NFL slate in Week 2 (READ) - Ten candidates to replace Roger Goodell as NFL commissioner (READ...
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Weekly Rewind: New Orleans Saints recover from tough loss

The Saints fell to 0-1 after a gut-wrenching overtime loss to the Atlanta Falcons in Week 1. They now focus on the Cleveland Browns in Week 2. New Orleans Saints - John Sigler outlines the Good, Bad, and Ugly from the Saints Week 1 loss. (READ) - Twitter Tuesday: Who Dat Nation tweets their support after the loss to the Falcons: (READ) - Neer Shah gives us a few things the Saints...
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Saints WR Nick Toon interview–WTXG sports talk radio

New Orleans Saints third year wide receiver Nick Toon joined me and the crew of WTXG’s sports talk show “Overtime” on September 10. We discussed the Saints’ overtime loss in Atlanta on Sunday, life as a member of the Saints, and the offensive depth among other topics in this entertaining interview. Toon, 25, is the son of former New York Jets wide receiver Al Toon. He followed...
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5 reasons the New Orleans Saints will beat the Browns

The Who Dat Nation is still sore after last week’s loss, but fret not – the Saints have a great shot to even up their record this weekend in Cleveland. Here are our top five reasons the Saints will beat the Browns: 5.) Better quarterback = Regular season wins   We discussed this a bit in the 5 reasons the Saints could lose to Cleveland piece, but today’s NFL regular season...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Saints Nation bold predictions – Browns – Week 2

The gist of last week was kinda true. Offensively Cooks and Ingram were great. Brees was good though he did not get much TDs. The defense.. not so much. This week we will have one come true! I am sure of it!   Andrew Juge P-Rob has two picks. Saints have zero sacks. (Come on! Too easy! haha!) Neer Shah Colston will lead the Saints in receiving and has 2 TDs. Saints D will...
Via The Saints Nation
3 days ago  |  Discuss
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