But Sean Payton has already won a ring in New Orleans, and stands a reasonable chance of getting another in the near future. Lebron never got a ring in Cleveland and, given the franchise's inability to surround him with capable supporting players, likely never would have.
Originally Posted by pantherfaninfl
Also LBJ is much more of a ****.
Originally Posted by whatdoyouwant711
Agreed. My post wasn't intended to support Lebron. Dude's a douchebag and I can't believe he quit on an entire city.
Originally Posted by Mister3nOut
The situations are not comparable. LeBron left for a much better chance at a championship, and gave up nothing but "leaving" his hometown. DAL would be a worse situation for Payton. The only justifiable reason he could go is if Jerruh showers him with $10M/year or something. And even then, it's probably a stupid move. He's going to be expected to win the Super Bowl every year, and the media will never ever shut up about him if he doesn't.
Cool a LBJ discussion. LBJ: Great player, or greatest player?
How much can they really complain? He gave them a Super Bowl victory.
Originally Posted by CreamRanger
I think you'd have to be an idiot to want to go anywhere near Jerry Jones if you are a respectable coach, but I guess Sean Payton disagrees. Personally, I'd be friends with him (if I were friends), but I would never work for Jerry Jones.
What does Lyndon Baines Johnson have to do with this topic?
Originally Posted by Red-headed step-child
Michael Floyd > Justin Blackmon
Like I said, I don't think any of them, or you, are lying. It's just that so many misunderstandings could have happened along the way. Hell, the fact that the root source of this is apparently Jerry himself makes it questionable. For all we know, he could have been hearing what he wanted to hear.
Originally Posted by canthony
Originally Posted by MDude
I don't put any stock into rumors for the most part, so all I'm going to say is that I would not be surprised if Payton has a desire to coach the Cowboys. He really seems like the kind of guy that is competent, confident, and ambitious. I don't doubt that he wants to win Super Bowls with multiple teams; it's a great way to build a legacy as a coach. Of course, creating a dynasty would be just as great, but who would go down in history more celebrated: the coach of a Saints dynasty, or the coach of a Cowboys dynasty? i think we all know the answer to that one. |
that being said, I find it highly, highly, HIGHLY unlikely that something like this would be happening as soon as next year. 3-4 maybe, but not now.
it won't happen payton stays put in N.O.
i have no doubt that jones can buy a lot of juicy fruit and deliver it properly instead of f***** spearmint