Rob Ryan Celebrates Saints Huge Win By Purchasing Drinks For Strangers At New Orleans Bar

The New Orleans Saints obliterated the Dallas Cowboys by the score of 49-17. The Saints offense operated with ease and they had an NFL-record 40 first downs and a franchise-record 625 total yards. New Orleans shutdown the Cowboys offense and limited them to only 193 total yards, plus they didn’t convert any of their nine third-down opportunities and completed only 42 percent of pass attempts. This put former Cowboys defensive coordinator, now Saints defensive coordinator Rob Ryan in a fantastic mood. The Silver Fox celebrated the Saints big win by heading down to New Orleans watering hole, Ms. Maes. Ryan was in such a terrific mood that he bought strangers cocktails.
#RobRyan just bought me a drink at #MsMaes! #WhoDat #GeauxSaints #Saints pic.twitter.com/GAY3PSo2Es
— Mary B. Sonnier (@ChefMarySonnier) November 11, 2013

I’m sure that the guy in the Cowboys hat did not get a free alcoholic beverage from Ryan.
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