The answer as to who decided what play got radio transmitted into quarterback Drew Brees helmet will be revealed sometime after noon Sunday, Payton said. But it isn’t a secret that those plays have already been culled from the Saints book by Payton, Carmichael and the rest of the offensive staff in a series of nearly endless meetings that unfold each week prior to a game, Payton said.
The New Orleans Saints look to continue their impressive season as they get ready to take on the St. Louis Rams at Edward Jones Dome on Sunday.
St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradfordwill be sidelined for a second straight week with a sprained left ankle, head coach Steve Spagnuolo announced Friday. Veteran backup A.J. Feeley will take the reins once again Sunday as the Rams look for their first win of the season against the New Orleans Saints.
Shortly after that he then confirmed that the New Orleans Saints would indeed add running back Chris Ivory to the active roster, and that he will play against St. Louis in place of Ingram.
Following that 26-20 loss to Tampa Bay, Payton challenged his team to play its best against Indy. He said the Saints hadn’t played up to their potential, and it was time to do so. Boy, did the Saints respond to that message — at the expense of the Colts.