Sean Payton breaks down what he saw from Antonio Brown and Saints' plans for him | FOX NFL

New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton joined the FOX NFL Kickoff crew to explain what he saw in Antonio Brown’s workout for the Saints and what will go into the team’s decision-making process on whether or not to sign the star wideout.

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  1. Do you think the Saints will end up signing Antonio Brown for their playoff run?


    Another strong proof of the Patriot script is the otherwise inexplicable ban on Drew Brees ever reaching the Super Bowl. This is why Saints were robbed so astonishingly by the zebras in the 2019 NFC championship game. No way the league is allowing Brees to tear up the scripted Patriots in a Super Bowl – which would certainly happen to the little darlings if they ever played him. Although the script allows the Patriots to lose, occasionally, it does NOT allow them to be humiliated since this would make 'patriotism' seem weak. Only Drew Brees has ever managed to thoroughly humiliate the Patriots despite the script. For this reason he will NEVER be allowed to play them in a Super Bowl game. Let's read a 2009 article:

    "Saints Demolish The Patriots On Monday Night" By JON SCOTT Dec 1, 2009

    "There's no doubt that the undefeated Saints wanted to make a statement to the rest of the NFL when they played the New England Patriots on Monday Night Football. Consider the statement made. Actually, in this case, not a lot had to be said after the Saints' 38-17 blowout of the three-time Super Bowl champion Patriots. They said it all out on the field with five touchdown passes by Drew Brees and a defense that made Tom Brady, Randy Moss and Wes Welker look rather ordinary.

    Brees threw a touchdown pass to five different receivers and finished the game with a season-high 371 passing yards and a perfect 158.3 passer rating.

    In recording a perfect passer rating for the first time in his nine-year NFL career, he did his best Brady imitation in slicing up the Patriots' secondary with amazing precision. Brees fired three of his scoring passes in the second quarter, becoming the first quarterback to do that against a Bill Belichick-coached team in 254 regular-season games. The five total TD passes was also a first against Belichick."

    *So we can correlate this massacre that occurred in 2009 to the recent bizarre ending of Saints playoff games. Brees can play a perfect game at QB and he proved he could destroy the Patriots despite the scripted elements. The league is NEVER going to allow a Saints/Patriots Super Bowl, therefore. This is why we were treated to the most bizarre non-call in NFL history at the end of the Saints/Rams playoff game last year.

    Patriots are like the Easter Bunny or the Tooth Fairy. It's fake. People ought to grow up and realize this. 100-1 when leading at halftime? Do you understand how completely impossible that is without it being scripted? The league average for this stat is about 75% – meaning that teams lose one in every four games where leading at halftime. Do you REALLY think one team is capable of defying this to the extent of losing only one in every ONE HUNDRED games???

    No a NFL team did not really go 100-1 when leading at the half. Fans who think that is real need to ask Tinkerbell and Pinocchio to help the tooth fairy hide Super Bowl tickets under your Smurf pillow.

  3. AB will distract any team from the prize.

  4. Hopefully AB joins the Saints so that the most annoying person Steven A Smith and media can shut up about him joining the Patriots. It got old real fast. 😅😅

  5. AB hasn't been right since he got hit in the head. He needs mental help before anything.

  6. AB been calling god this whole time🙌 hes the goat and will win a ring

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