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Posted: 7/3/2012 12:26:48 PM

This guy is having a rough year

There's a reason that "when it rains it pours" is an old saying, and Payton is getting doused this offseason. He's been suspended from his job for an entire year, left without his source of primary income, denied the $5.5-plus million he'd make in 2012, banned from contact with his friends in the coaching community and now on top of this he's got what could be a brutal divorce proceeding to deal with.

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Posted: 7/3/2012 1:08:42 PM
what a weasle--and I mean his wife---to leave a guy when he needs you most.



  dumb girl doesn't understand "through sickness and in health, till death do us part"  she rewrote the vows to say, "till you get a lot of money and make the slightest character mistake do us part"



do you think chicks like this----scream "IM RICH girl"  as drive around in their convertible's all day long
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Posted: 7/3/2012 3:53:46 PM

   What's that crap got to do with NFL betting? Save it for the gossip column maybe along wiyth Ryan's foot fetish.

            

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Posted: 7/3/2012 4:00:05 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by mischkin04:

   What's that crap got to do with NFL betting? Save it for the gossip column maybe along wiyth Ryan's foot fetish.

            



what is this?  Are  you a wanna be covers cop?   Why don't you ask NFL.com to take it down from their site and sell it to E entertainment.


Don't you get---this news is just as relevant as Drew Brees getting injured... some people
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Posted: 7/3/2012 4:01:35 PM
  " What's that crap got to do with NFL betting?"



PSYCHOLOGY  



let me guess--- Sanduski has no effect on the Penn State Betting line?  
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Posted: 7/3/2012 4:08:16 PM
from NFL.com by Dan Hanzus



"And now, the trauma of a divorce? How lonely can one man feel? I can't imagine what the guy's going through here. Is there anything else you'd like to throw at Sean Payton, universe? I don't think he's been audited recently. Maybe someone could shoot poison darts at his prostate. Maybe someone could steal his Super Bowl ring and sell it to Chum on "Pawn Stars."
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Posted: 7/3/2012 4:12:32 PM
heres the ca-ching  ca-ching for you people who listen when you read--you will see the value of this article for betting.

"All this misfortune striking one guy sort of makes me want to root for the Saints to win the Super Bowl. And I'd consider doing just that, if I knew for sure that that missing out on a Super Bowl season wouldn't just depress the guy further."



If it is true--that going to the superbowl and winning would depress Sean Payton more.. THEN---I promise you, this will have a mental impact on Drew Brees and the rest of the guys involved in what Sean TOOK AS THE SCAPE GOAT BECAUSE THAT WHATS LEADERS DO.



I salute Sean Payton for not pointing fingers and talking this knock down like a man---as for his wife---she is pathetic
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Posted: 7/3/2012 5:22:14 PM
he filed for divorce didn't he?
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Posted: 7/3/2012 6:18:02 PM
with her demands---you tell me who filed for divorce
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Posted: 7/3/2012 7:05:39 PM
That's too bad, he was going to have a lot of time with his family this year..............
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Posted: 7/3/2012 9:37:19 PM
 There's plenty of fish in the sea.  
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Posted: 7/3/2012 9:44:41 PM
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Originally Posted by TheFootball77:

heres the ca-ching  ca-ching for you people who listen when you read--you will see the value of this article for betting.

"All this misfortune striking one guy sort of makes me want to root for the Saints to win the Super Bowl. And I'd consider doing just that, if I knew for sure that that missing out on a Super Bowl season wouldn't just depress the guy further."



If it is true--that going to the superbowl and winning would depress Sean Payton more.. THEN---I promise you, this will have a mental impact on Drew Brees and the rest of the guys involved in what Sean TOOK AS THE SCAPE GOAT BECAUSE THAT WHATS LEADERS DO.



I salute Sean Payton for not pointing fingers and talking this knock down like a man---as for his wife---she is pathetic

 So what should I do, pound Saints to win the Sympathy Bowl? I'd rather wait for another devastating hurricane to blow through.

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Posted: 7/4/2012 1:31:26 AM

darn that gold diggin ratchett behind tramp...

 i would never let my ex have sole custody of my son... let alone the exclusive rights to make; medical, legal, and educational decisions....

and u no she going to get half his money and he still going to be paying child support...

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Posted: 7/4/2012 1:35:13 AM
thats exactly why i will never marry without a prenump
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Posted: 7/4/2012 1:36:21 AM
sucks for him too, cuz if he wasnt suspended at least he would have football to take his mind off of things but now he will be able to sit and dwell
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Posted: 7/5/2012 1:18:12 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by The Hawk:

That's too bad, he was going to have a lot of time with his family this year..............

He can have my wife.
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Posted: 7/5/2012 9:08:05 AM
It seems as if he has some bad Karma or something. Every since that leg injury on the sideline things have gotten progressively worse for Payton.
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Posted: 7/5/2012 9:33:50 AM
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sucks for him too, cuz if he wasnt suspended at least he would have football to take his mind off of things but now he will be able to sit and dwell

 He's not exactly under house arrest. As a bachelor, Payton can now travel, bird dog chicks freely and legally gamble at his liesure. The year will go by quickly and then he can again resume life in the NFL grind.

       

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Posted: 7/5/2012 11:23:56 AM
Maybe Sean Payton is a wife beater and now that Sean is going to be at home throughout the year, she'll have no where to run!    j/k....
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Posted: 7/5/2012 3:18:21 PM
but of course.  women always leave when the times are worst for guys and the $ is the highest

see tiger woods, tom cruise, the list goes on forever

marriage is a waste of time, just a piece of paper. get a prenup every time
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Posted: 7/5/2012 5:43:21 PM
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That's too bad, he was going to have a lot of time with his family this year..............

Maybe thats the prob, he wasnt used to being around the FAM BAM, now u got some angry NFL HC running round the house...and she wasnt used to dealing with him...

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Posted: 7/5/2012 5:44:10 PM
Saints in the SB, yeah rite...lighting aint striking twice...
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Posted: 9/25/2012 3:47:19 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by mischkin04:

 So what should I do, pound Saints to win the Sympathy Bowl? I'd rather wait for another devastating hurricane to blow through.



You're close----

if you look closer you will see---It's a lose-lose for the Saints this season thanks to the judgement handed down for the situation.

Sean Payton is absorbing----like a body guard----punches that are questionably more deserved of other people----these people knowing this truth----are likely still on the team----and all these guys, are like family to the rest of the team----so when you lose a guy in your family, and then he gets hit by a bus driven by a greed-motivated driver----it makes it kinda hard to get lost in moments of victory, when you know part of the punishment, is not being able to speak to your suspended coach

Just imagine-----Saints have a dream season, win the Superbowl!----Do you not think anyone on that team has deep emotional connections to Sean Payton?----they do---and guess what----they are not allowed to contact him-----they have to act as if he is dead and only after a the moon rotates around the sun a certain amount of times will his means of communication be allowed to rise again---as judged by the judges who judged this case.


In defense to the NFL----they had to make a point that they will in no way tolerate the rewarding of doing an inhumane act---in this case----wanting to give a guy an injury----yet this subject is extremely tricky, because hard hits are what you need---and hard hits create injuries----YET!  there are ethical ways to deliver hard hits, and justified "ethical" injuries----for example, if I have to do a line up drill as ball carrier against Ray Lewis----9 out of 10 times i will likely get hurt if we both go full steam in the most professional manner to play the sport----
now lets say he is the ball carrier----If I play the sport as it's intended, I will likely 10 out of 10 times never injure Ray Lewis---however, if i wanted to take a cheap shot, I could throw my body helmet first at his knee----he would then have the right to take his helmet off and beat me to a pulp----and I would take it because I know how wrong I was to not want to look stupid going in a drill against him.


but for the NFL to---in a sense----make it a burden for the Saints to have any success this season---is an unethical judgement that I wish would be reversed----but I am just a fan with a perspective and do not know the intimate details that the people involved need to know---my knowledge is limited to what news sources want to provide me based on knowledge that people wanted to provide them.


At the end----I wish that the Saints will get back their coach and continue being awesome----because I love watching their team play---but how can I root for them to win knowing the deal with Sean, who is still very much part of that team.   Truth is---I can't genuinely be happy---and that may be more wrong than the bounty thing...AND YET AGAIN----i HIGHLY DOUBT, the Saints were the only ones out of 32 that may or may not have been rewarding unethical acts on the football field---I believe the punishment made a hell of an example, and at this point, the NFL can make a heavenly example by showing their mercy in a lightening of the unjust punishment.


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Posted: 9/25/2012 4:01:13 AM


Goodell also spoke about his discussions with the NFL Players Association regarding the issue.

"I am not necessarily looking for their recommendation on discipline," said Goodell, who hopes to reach his decision on player discipline "very soon." "I am looking for their recommendation on what we do to continue to make our game safer and to get this type of activity out of the game and get back to the point where we have respect for each other and the game itself.

"We have held the executives and the coaches to a higher standard, but the players need to recognize, they need to make sure that this is not happening either, and that was the whole point that I made with the Players Association."


I believe the point has been made----but I also think a point of mercy needs to be made----based on the likely fact that the Saints are not alone----and likely a lot of players who partook were not fully aware of their actions being unethical, considering the potential that others were doing it to them----

I hate to see a team get a 15 yard personal foul penalty called against them because the ref turned their head to only catch the retaliation attack----in reality, the ref should have seen both and off-set the penalties----instead, the team falls victim to an unjust 15 yard game changing penalty that should not have been so---if the ref would have turned around sooner


Maybe the NFL itself is to blame a bit for this bounty scandal and the punishment is an attempt to hide that potential insecurity?  I don't know---but I know the saints are part of the NFL, and if the NFL damages a team, they are only damaging a part of themselves a whole.  

Yet im just a fan----and Football is much more entertaining a sport than anything else out there----so the NFL can do pretty much anything and I will still watch; maybe just bitterly at times.
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Posted: 9/25/2012 4:09:12 AM
she doesn't look that hot he can do better, bet he finds a much younger prettier less demanding bitchy wife
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