Sean Payton Has Tied Jim Mora As Winningest Saints Coach (1 Viewer)

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Maybe Loomis will give him another raise... Because other teams are desparately trying to pry away our all-time winningest, Superbowl champion coach. (Notice, I'm trying to build up his trade value...)
 

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Well, good luck with trading Payton and on the success of your next head coach for the saints, whoever that maybe.

But if the saints have the same record three years from now that they have now, don't complain.
 

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Well I liked Mora more as a person, but hey nothing can top 2009.
 

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Jim Mora record compared to Sean Payton is not even close.

The records are skewed when you talk about Winningest coach.
By the numbers of course Payton is tied with Mora.
However when you talk about being the Winningest coach, then its not even close.

Compare Payton first 5 years as a head coach to Mora.
In 2006, Payton was 1 win away from the Superbowl.
In 2009, Payton wins it all.
Payton postseason record was 4-1 at that point.

In Mora 5 years, he had 2 playoff appearances and no wins.
Mora postseason record was 0-2.
 

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Jim Mora record compared to Sean Payton is not even close.

The records are skewed when you talk about Winningest coach.
By the numbers of course Payton is tied with Mora.
However when you talk about being the Winningest coach, then its not even close.

Compare Payton first 5 years as a head coach to Mora.
In 2006, Payton was 1 win away from the Superbowl.
In 2009, Payton wins it all.
Payton postseason record was 4-1 at that point.

In Mora 5 years, he had 2 playoff appearances and no wins.
Mora postseason record was 0-2.
Mora was 0-4 postseason with the Saints
 

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