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Saints News, 11/14/16: Sean Payton Seeks to put Tough Loss Behind Him, Saints

Losing a game in the manner that the Saints did on Thursday is always a heartbreaking experience, but Coach Sean Payton refuses to dwell on it. Payton praised the officials for their efforts on Sunday, citing the difficulty of the job, and the Saints are already preparing to play Carolina on Thursday.

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Saints News

Yes, it was all legal what the Denver Broncos did vs. Saints (Nov 14, 2016) | FOX Sports
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) Just last month, Joe DeCamillis, the Denver Broncos special teams coach, vehemently defended the NFL rule that allows players to leap over the snapper to block a field goal or extra point attempt so long as any contact is incidental.

Wade Phillips jabs Saints with 'We Dat!' message on Twitter |

Saints coach Sean Payton doesn't know if the Broncos went out of bounds on the blocked XP return either -
It was clear that Payton was ready to move on and talk about other things.

John DeShazier: Takeaways from Coach Sean Payton's Monday teleconference
Payton said DE Cameron Jordan played great

First Look: New Orleans Saints at Carolina Panthers | Saints |
WHEN: 7:25 p.m. Thursday


NFL News

Bill O'Brien calls Texans' John Simon an 'unsung hero' - Houston Chronicle

Sashi Brown: There are brighter days ahead
Executive Vice President of Football Operations Sashi Brown addressed the media on November 14, 2016.

Detroit Lions' Jim Caldwell won't change approach as NFL playoffs near

Lions are the NFC North leaders and the fourth seed in the NFC playoffs with seven games left

Jets? Bears? Tony Romo will be in high demand this offseason | New York Post

Tony Romo might very well have thrown his last meaningful pass for the Cowboys. Dallas is officially Dak Prescott’s team after the impressive rookie led the Cowboys to their eighth consecutive victory Sunday, a 35-30 win over the Steelers on the road...

Gary Kubiak: I want Trevor Siemian to 'play big for this team' - NFL Nation- ESPN
While Broncos coach Gary Kubiak likes a lot of what he's seen from Trevor Siemian so far, he's looking for even more going forward.