Coach Payton Press Conf. Call 9-15-16 (1 Viewer)

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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Quick takes from Sean Payton's Thursday conference call <a href="https://t.co/j4vjbblC2s">https://t.co/j4vjbblC2s</a> via <a href="https://twitter.com/JohnDeShazier">@JohnDeShazier</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/NOvsNYG?src=hash">#NOvsNYG</a> <a href="https://t.co/TFT3qSAsOq">pic.twitter.com/TFT3qSAsOq</a></p>— New Orleans Saints (@Saints) <a href="https://twitter.com/Saints/status/776429653737164800">September 15, 2016</a></blockquote> <script async src="//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>


Quick takes from Coach Sean Payton’s Thursday teleconference:

1. We’ll know exactly how the New Orleans Saints plan to use their tight ends Sunday, so any specificity regarding Chris Manhertz (or anyone else) is to be determined. “Our job each week is to get these guys ready for a gameplan,” Payton said. “Whether you’re looking at Chris or the other two young guys, we have a specific role that we think would tailor their skill set.”

2. Linebacker Craig Robertson played the late pass play, in which he was flagged for pass interference on fourth down, in the manner that he was coached. “I thought he played pretty good last week, considering the amount of snaps he played,” Payton said. “I thought the call at the end of the game…I thought he played it perfectly, it (was) just how we coach it. He’s been a real good addition for us.”

3. Tim Lelito as the extra lineman/eligible receiver is a comfortable look for the Saints offense. “We feel like that’s a role we’ve had here in the past, and especially with the injury (to tight end Josh Hill), we had practiced and had a handful of situations,” Payton said. “I think Tim has done it before and is someone that is comfortable in that.”
 

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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Quick takes from Sean Payton's Thursday conference call <a href="https://t.co/j4vjbblC2s">https://t.co/j4vjbblC2s</a> via <a href="https://twitter.com/JohnDeShazier">@JohnDeShazier</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/NOvsNYG?src=hash">#NOvsNYG</a> <a href="https://t.co/TFT3qSAsOq">pic.twitter.com/TFT3qSAsOq</a></p>— New Orleans Saints (@Saints) <a href="https://twitter.com/Saints/status/776429653737164800">September 15, 2016</a></blockquote> <script async src="//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>


Quick takes from Coach Sean Payton’s Thursday teleconference:

1. We’ll know exactly how the New Orleans Saints plan to use their tight ends Sunday, so any specificity regarding Chris Manhertz (or anyone else) is to be determined. “Our job each week is to get these guys ready for a gameplan,” Payton said. “Whether you’re looking at Chris or the other two young guys, we have a specific role that we think would tailor their skill set.”

2. Linebacker Craig Robertson played the late pass play, in which he was flagged for pass interference on fourth down, in the manner that he was coached. “I thought he played pretty good last week, considering the amount of snaps he played,” Payton said. “I thought the call at the end of the game…I thought he played it perfectly, it (was) just how we coach it. He’s been a real good addition for us.”

3. Tim Lelito as the extra lineman/eligible receiver is a comfortable look for the Saints offense. “We feel like that’s a role we’ve had here in the past, and especially with the injury (to tight end Josh Hill), we had practiced and had a handful of situations,” Payton said. “I think Tim has done it before and is someone that is comfortable in that.”
one of so many reasons we lost that game :rant:
 

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Listening to Payton talk is kind of like listening to a political debate.
 

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Craig was my favorite FA pickup this year. Hope he continues to get snaps!
 

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Man, you know if that play had gone against the Packers or Giants or somebody like that it would've been outraged all week long, how could the league let calls like this decide games. But it's the Saints, so bad defense, Drew Brees makes too much money, blah blah blah.
 

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I have no problem with what Payton said about Robertson. He had the RB well covered out of the backfield, and the ref made a bad call.
 

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I have no problem with what Payton said about Robertson. He had the RB well covered out of the backfield, and the ref made a bad call.

Carr throw it so high Shaq would not have been able to catch it and it went out of bounds. Terrible call is terrible. :jpshakehead:
 

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You should listen to Loomis
Loomis will tell you a player is gonna start and be signed to an extension a hour before he cuts the guy. I never believe a word out of that dude's mouth.
 

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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Quick takes from Sean Payton's Thursday conference call <a href="https://t.co/j4vjbblC2s">https://t.co/j4vjbblC2s</a> via <a href="https://twitter.com/JohnDeShazier">@JohnDeShazier</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/NOvsNYG?src=hash">#NOvsNYG</a> <a href="https://t.co/TFT3qSAsOq">pic.twitter.com/TFT3qSAsOq</a></p>— New Orleans Saints (@Saints) <a href="https://twitter.com/Saints/status/776429653737164800">September 15, 2016</a></blockquote> <script async src="//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>


Quick takes from Coach Sean Payton’s Thursday teleconference:

1. We’ll know exactly how the New Orleans Saints plan to use their tight ends Sunday, so any specificity regarding Chris Manhertz (or anyone else) is to be determined. “Our job each week is to get these guys ready for a gameplan,” Payton said. “Whether you’re looking at Chris or the other two young guys, we have a specific role that we think would tailor their skill set.”

2. Linebacker Craig Robertson played the late pass play, in which he was flagged for pass interference on fourth down, in the manner that he was coached. “I thought he played pretty good last week, considering the amount of snaps he played,” Payton said. “I thought the call at the end of the game…I thought he played it perfectly, it (was) just how we coach it. He’s been a real good addition for us.”

3. Tim Lelito as the extra lineman/eligible receiver is a comfortable look for the Saints offense. “We feel like that’s a role we’ve had here in the past, and especially with the injury (to tight end Josh Hill), we had practiced and had a handful of situations,” Payton said. “I think Tim has done it before and is someone that is comfortable in that.”
Otherwise known as I Dare You To Fine Me 101.
 

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Carr throw it so high Shaq would not have been able to catch it and it went out of bounds. Terrible call is terrible. :jpshakehead:
True but just think about that OT call against Greenway guarding Shockey in the 2009 NFCCG, might make you feel better.
 

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one of so many reasons we lost that game :rant:
You need to watch the game again, we controlled that game the entire way, the defense played well, Robertson played well, that ball was thrown out of bounds and aside from Robertson not getting his head turned around and the RB putting a little extra on it (which is why it was called) you couldnt of asked for better execution outside of getting your head turned around.
 

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True but just think about that OT call against Greenway guarding Shockey in the 2009 NFCCG, might make you feel better.
The difference is that pass was in bounds and Greenway didn't even make an attempt at the ball and it was still in the field of play. All he did was face guard the TE. Robertson ran with the RB who turned after he was out of bounds and threw his hands up. The ball was actually out of play when the RB threw his hands up in the air. If the pass to Shockey had been intercepted, I guarantee they wouldn't have thrown that flag.
 

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True but just think about that OT call against Greenway guarding Shockey in the 2009 NFCCG, might make you feel better.
I thought Brees threw that pass to David Thomas??

Either way the call against Robertson was terrible and all we can do to erase it is go into New York and get a win.. WHODAT!!
 

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True but just think about that OT call against Greenway guarding Shockey in the 2009 NFCCG, might make you feel better.
I thought Brees threw that pass to David Thomas??
Yeah, it was a high pass to Dave Thomas, and the penalty was on Ben Leber. (I looked for, but couldn't find, a gif of Brad Childress hollering, "That ball was uncatchable! That ball was uncatchable!")

But point taken. And we did have a number of calls go our way earlier in the Raiders game, so I have been reluctant to blame the zebras for this one.
 

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