Marcus Peters is “SO SENSITIVE” and is ready for a REMATCH versus the New Orleans Saints. Not saying he is ready for another showdown against Saints WR Michael Thomas, but more ready to get after Saints Head Coach Sean Payton.
Here is what Sean Payton said about the Thomas-Peters matchup in the game:
I've listened to the Marcus Peters interview a few times today. So I had to go back and listen to what Sean Payton said about that TD pass from Drew Brees to Michael Thomas. I still don't know what Payton said to make Peters so mad. It's more of a good play and read. @wdsu pic.twitter.com/mCfp64D1Ed
— Sharief Ishaq (@ShariefWDSU) November 9, 2018
Here is Marcus Peters’ response with media on Thursday:
— Joe Caygle (@JoeCaygle) November 9, 2018
Players are sensitive and can hear “chatter” from opponents sidelines throughout a game. Peters did not disclose what Sean Payton supposedly said on the sidelines, but whatever the case, he is “put out” with Sean Payton. The interesting perspective in the whole matter is Michael Thomas got the better of Peters on the field for several plays, including the 72-yard touchdown which sealed the win for New Orleans. Many a Saints fan wonders why he hasn’t mentioned Thomas at all in his tirade.
I guess a coaches’ press conference views hurt Peters feelings more than giving up over 200 yards of offense in front of millions of viewers.
Well, this Gumbo is on you, Mr. Peters.
Kyle T. Mosley
Saints News Network