Despite giving up 40 points, 454 yards, and 3 straight touchdown scoring drives in the 4th quarter, the Houston Texans defense refused to acknowledge the dominant nature of the New Orleans Saints offense. Texans safety Glover Quin quipped, "We just didn't make plays that we needed to make. It wasn't like they're something special." Other members of the Texans secondary agreed. If the Saints offense is "nothing special," wouldn't that make the performance of Houston's secondary even more dire than what they showed on Sunday?
Saints head coach Sean Payton talked about his close relationship with former Saints tight end Jeremy Shockey. "Any time you end up parting ways with a player like that it's difficult. His case with my history (made) it hard," said Payton.
Saints terminate Jeremy Shockey's contract, ending his three year stint with the club. "It's a business, I understand," Shockey said. "I'll just go play hard for someone else. Whoever gets me it's going to be a steal."
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