Okay, when I say that Sean Payton was low-key wearing a Roger Goodell Clown shirt from Barstool Sports, I mean high-key. Because that was the most low-key, high-key move I think that I’ve ever seen in my entire life.
We all know the saying because it was jammed into our brains all through school. The enemy of my enemy is my friend. I’m not going to Google that to make sure I got the quote right, but I’m pretty sure that’s it.
And if there’s one thing that’s united the Patriots and Saints fanbases together, it’s our hatred towards Roger Goodell because he’s a slippery little slime ball.
We don’t have to go over the exact specifics about why we despise him. But they all end in
If you don’t know the clown shirt, which is wild if you don’t, here it is.
He’s 1 million percent wearing it. And like I said, he wanted people to see that. He could have zipped up the sweater a little bit, but he was letting clown hair fly.
Sean Payton took a direct shot at the commissioner today and I’m all for the anarchy. Look, the Saints have the right to be pissed and if you think they should stop whining at this point, you’ve obviously never been so close to a championship just to get your heart stomped on. I remember 8-year-old Nick Quaglia balling when Aaron Boone slapped that Timmy Wakefield knuckleball in Yankee Stadium to beat the Sox in ’03. I’m not exagerrating, one of the top three worst feelings of my life.
Death in the family, and that Aaron Boone home run. Close.
Starting a Civil War in the NFL is everything I need it to be. If the Patriots and Saints teamed up to become one mega organization to attack the NFL once the inevitable NFL lockout comes in the next couple of years, it’ll be everything I dreamed of.
The NFL is the best at not being proactive about anything and letting situations like this fester. We just heard from this guy about a situation that happened last Sunday. JUST NOW. It’s insane.
Godspeed Sean Payton.
-Nick Quaglia (@NickQuag)