NEW ORLEANS - The Saints' 34-7 blowout loss to the Seahawks
was so one-sided, there were teachable moments throughout the contest. A popular
theory after such a nasty game is to move on and forget the past, but Sean
Payton feels that's a bad idea.
"It is what it is," he said. "I think that
you look closely at the film. You look closely at the, you have enough time
where you are looking at all the games. You have a ton of film to watch and you
are looking to correct the errors and get ready to play a team that is going to
be rested and a team that had an outstanding season, an amazing season."
The most important moment in Seattle didn't
happen on the field that Monday night, but carried more weight than most
performances this 2013 season.
"That was not a very good performance by
us," said Drew Brees. "They played very well. A lot of credit (goes) to them. Just knowing that we
have to get better and the road to the playoffs and the Super Bowl looks like
it's going to go through that place. If we want to accomplish what we set out
to accomplish, then we better find a way to go there and win. I was just hoping
we have another opportunity and here we are with that opportunity."
the Sean Payton era, the Saints are 1-2 on the road at Seattle. The one win came
in 2007, after starting the season 0-4.
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