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Head Coach Sean Payton Post-game Press Conference

Sep 2, 2010|

Saints Head Coach Sean Payton holds a press conference following the New Orleans Saints’ 27-24 loss to the Tennessee Titans in their fourth and final preseason game.

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Quickly a couple of the injured guys will know more tomorrow with kid Chris ivory and -- can see us. A couple of guys that cramps but. Those with the two of note. We ought to do tomorrow obviously and in a lot to do in a short period of time. When we get back to evaluate this tape and then. You know get get moving forward -- as we prepare for a start of our our first regular week any questions. -- overall just watch and you know it that. I think the challenge sometimes is in a game like that would reduce plan. Overall I thought they handled it pretty well. All our our. I think it's always hard this time of the year part ways with -- an employer. You know and so that's that that's the that's the tough challenge anytime you can get to this time the pre season. This last cut down so. That's always a heartless and you know it's always. Tough into training camp lot of these guys been what is. You know -- anything we -- amounts. Down the -- With -- is it was a foot. And we. With Chris it was in me. Now like -- set tomorrow we'll give you more information on injured. Definitely you know that there were some good things and yet you know we take a penalty on fourth and -- and give -- first -- -- who scoring drive. Overall. But certainly play -- effort. Then evaluate. Well I don't I don't know it once we start pre season that that a lot of those. Distraction really existed for us you know I think that the focus is on trying to get better. As we got into this fourth game with a short week you know we were fairly conservative with who we wanted to play. It just with turnaround of -- really plan a week from tonight so. -- the key is making right decisions here in the next article reported hours. You know something we talked about him and it's one thing that. You know do it seemed to be repetitive here in the pre season that's gonna have to change obviously those things that can you know they can keep it from winning games so. Certainly it's and we gonna pay attention if you. You know I think. Overall -- the first answer anytime someone asked that question is how healthy are you doing and so. But overall -- thought we handled training camp while and I thought our focus has been well in so. But the key is is being as healthy as you can hopefully won't we couldn't hear the news we get back from these guys will be positive. -- -- -- -- -- Now thanks --

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