We continue with the next matchup in our "Most Hated Person in Saints History" tournament.
For those who haven't been following along,we've got a full 64-person bracket packed with all the ghosts from Saints past that you love to hate. We're going matchup by matchup, choosing the more hated Saints figure each time, until we've finally crowned a winner as the most hated person in Saints history.
The full tournament can be found directly below. Our next matchup today is between the No. 4 Jason David vs. No. 61 ranked Kyle Turley.
Your decision can be based on anything you'd like, whether it's on the field performance, off the field antics, or anything in between. I highly encourage those veteran fans to share there memories of some of the older persons in question and make their arguments for or against. Younger members may want to wait and read what the veterans have to say before placing their vote.
To help you make your decision here's a little more info on today's contestants, courtesy of BewareofDog:
Jason David (CB 2007-2008) - I'd say he stands out as the worst player of the Sean Payton era so far. He did have decent ball skills due to the fact that he gambled on interceptions all the time. He did have 8 picks in two seasons, but the bad far outweighed the plays he made. His penchant for staring into the backfield as a receiver blew past him with no safety help was a trademark. He's right up there with Aaron Brooks as one of the most hated players by the fan base in team history, at least in my lifetime.
Kyle Turley (OL 1998-2002) - Turley was a good player for the Saints during his 5 seasons with the team. How could anyone hate him? Well, for starters, he tore the helmet off some player trying to protect Aaron Brooks, so that would put him in the dog house of Brooks' haters. Not enough for you? Okay, how about him taking a verbal shot at Drew Brees during Bountygate? "I would like to know personally what he knew about this bounty system because he's not only in charge of the safety of his players in that locker room in New Orleans, he's supposed to be in those meetings responsible for all players across the league as it pertains to those types of issues. That's what I would like to know."
Voting will be open for exactly 48 hours from the time of publish. Voting results and brackets will be updated as we go along.