PHOTO: Saints paint Seahawks logo on their practice field
Saints coach Sean Payton is a master strategist. Last week, he switched the team's Gatorade flavor before they beat the Eagles. This week, he had something painted on the Saints practice field.
Before New Orleans played Philadelphia last week, Saints coach Sean Payton decided to switch a few things up in the team's routine. The Saints switched Gatorade flavors and the team even got new sweatsuits.
Powered on by a more tasty Gatorade flavor and the new sweatsuits, New Orleans won its first road playoff game in team history with a 26-24 win over the Eagles.
This week, Payton has a new tactic as the Saints prepare to play in Seattle: He had the team groundskeepers add the Seahawks logo to the Saints practice field. Payton said the logos were added because he's 'trying to create the exact environment' his team will face in Seattle.
If Payton's trying to do that, he may also want to have jets taking off next to the practice field -- to simulate the noise. Payton may also want to consider having his team practice in a car wash at some point, because apparently, there's a 100 percent chance of rain in Seattle on Saturday.
Preseason Week 3 is where the rubber meets the road; jobs are won and depth charts are sol...
The most important week of the preseason kicks off on Thursday
While running back will prove this year's position du jour, quarterbacks will still garner...
Apparently, Tim Tebow wasn't very good at football, at least according to one receiver
A year after tearing his ACL, Nelson is back to playing against Packers defenders
No one on the Cowboys' roster is safe from the mouthy receiver