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HeadyBrosevelt
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Painful losses in the Payton era

What you got?

1. @49ers 2011-2012 NFC Divisonal Round

2. @Chicago 2006-2007 NFC Championship

3. @Seattle 2010-2011 NFC Wild Card

4. @ New England 2013

5. @ Chicago 2008

Bonus: @St Louis 2011
vs.Atlanta 2010
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TotesMcGotes
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re: Painful losses in the Payton era
Dallas in the dome in 2009.


HeadyBrosevelt
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Dallas in the dome in 2009.


Forgot about that one. Hazy night. Drank very heavily and ended up puking at Tipitinas later on


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LSULEFTY
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Atlanta last year. The Monday loss to the Vikings.


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kclsufan
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re: Painful losses in the Payton era
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2. @Chicago 2006-2007 NFC Championship

Painful but very, very proud


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KindOfABigDeal
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Yesterday hurt, but the one that stands out above all the rest, which in fact is the most painful loss in Saints history, was the 49er game. The reason is that we would have played for another title. Eli wasn't winning in the dome, wasn't going to happen.


St Augustine
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re: Painful losses in the Payton era
The Hartley missed chip shot loss to the falcons in 2010


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saintsfan22
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re: Painful losses in the Payton era
Unless the regular season loss directly keeps us out of the playoffs I can't say it's that painful. The one exception being:
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Suntiger
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3. @Seattle 2010-2011 NFC Wild Card


This was the worst IMO.


That being said, if you look how far we have gotten in our "disappointing" years... It makes me really appreciate how good we are now.

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1. @49ers 2011-2012 NFC Divisonal Round

2. @Chicago 2006-2007 NFC Championship

3. @Seattle 2010-2011 NFC Wild Card


LNCHBOX
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re: Painful losses in the Payton era
I'm going to assume last year doesn't count since SP wasn't coaching. Otherwise, the Chiefs game really hurt. Blowing that lead at home to that team I think killed any chance we had last season.


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CptRusty
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re: Painful losses in the Payton era
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1. @49ers 2011-2012 NFC Divisonal Round


^ This is by far number 1

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2. @Chicago 2006-2007 NFC Championship


^ This is a distant second, and everything else is a way distant third.


Sho Nuff
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re: Painful losses in the Payton era
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Yesterday hurt, but the one that stands out above all the rest, which in fact is the most painful loss in Saints history, was the 49er game. The reason is that we would have played for another title. Eli wasn't winning in the dome, wasn't going to happen.


Exactly. That was almost a guaranteed Saints Superbowl had they gotten past Joe Montana *cough* shitty Alex Smith *cough*

I have always hated the 9ers and this cemented it forever. frick those lucky pricks.


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JayJay2
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Exactly. Even though those are losses, I can appreciate it. But yeah that 49ers game is way up there. Pats game isn't even in the mix its just fresh on the mind.


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Supernova
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That 2011 playoffs loss was terrible, we squandered a Super Bowl that year. That's why you need to win these type of games because it will play a factor in seeding. Same shite happen in '11 when we choked against an garbage winless Rams. We need homefield or at least a bye, this offense is just not as good away.
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swamie
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re: Painful losses in the Payton era
Honorable mention: 2008 @ TB

4th and 1 at TB 30 - Henderson end around for -3 yard

3rd and 1 at TB 26 - Bush around the right end - 3 yads

47/18 pass/run ratio, 3 int, 4 sacks, 2 penalties that wiped out first downs and a personal foul penalty that put TB in good starting field position.


Post season wasn't completely wiped out by this game, but there was no room for error and the Saints and Payton had their head up their arse for this game.



LSULEFTY
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That TB game was a home game if I remember right. You all forgot about the MNF game against the Vikings when Reggie had the 2 TD's and had his head pulled backwards and no call was made.


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CptRusty
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re: Painful losses in the Payton era
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Honorable mention: 2008 @ TB


I was at that one. Got rained on all during the first half IIRC then it was hot as balls.

frick Raymond James stadium and frick that stupid pirate ship.


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LooseCannon22282
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re: Painful losses in the Payton era
that loss to Minnesota on Monday Night Football in 2008 sucked.

Reggie Bush had a good game returning punts.


Jack Bauer7
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re: Painful losses in the Payton era
the 49ers game def...

We hold on and chances are we're playing in the superbowl


swamie
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2008 sucked.


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