Last night, the New Orleans Saints headed over to Seattle to take on the Seahawks. It was a game full of emotion on both sidelines as many players were involved in heated interactions. While also playing through bad weather conditions, the Saints managed to leave Seattle with a W in the win/loss column. From Lattimore’s long night with Metcalf, to Winston and Smith’s meme worthy interaction on the sideline, let’s dive into the social media reactions throughout the game.
TreQuan Smith deserved every bit of this. Dude came out straight lazy.— Michael Balko (@MichaelBalkoJr) October 26, 2021
TreQuan Smith gets cut tonight. He flies home on Southwest.— Absolutely My Burner Account (@creatorofdope) October 26, 2021
DK Metcalf was awfully quiet after that TD. Marshon Lattimore did a great job bouncing back.— Chris Rosvoglou (@RosvoglouReport) October 26, 2021
Lattimore calling DK a bitch on live TV worth 15 yards? Yes.— John Butler (@Saintjohnbutler) October 26, 2021
BITCH!! shon was wit whatever pic.twitter.com/bxjXbyprCx— U Know Wazzum Wit Me (@BattleRapBets) October 26, 2021
Demario Davis has been this good since he arrived in New Orleans. Glad he just showcased his elite skills on the national stage.— Chris Rosvoglou (@RosvoglouReport) October 26, 2021
Demario Davis and Alvin Kamara put the Saints on their shoulders tonight.— Rod Walker (@RodWalkerNola) October 26, 2021
Now I’d like to quickly highlight a tweet from Skip Bayless that was sent out after the game. Bayless is a die hard Brady fan that will surely have a lot to say as the Buccaneers are heading to town on Halloween.
Demario Davis talking up the Saints "hard hat" D after tonight's game. We'll see how much he's talking after Brady visits Sunday.— Skip Bayless (@RealSkipBayless) October 26, 2021
Demario Davis would respond with this
Next Sunday will definitely be an interesting game as the Saints have a chance to get a little bit of revenge against a Tampa Bay team that sent them out of the playoffs last season.
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