Peters reacted sharply in the Rams' locker room Thursday when asked about postgame comments by Payton in which the veteran coach said the Saints liked the matchup of receiver Michael Thomas going against Peters, a former Pro Bowl selection.
"Tell Sean Payton to keep talking that (expletive)". Sean Payton did not let the sleeping dog lie, as he targeted Peters following the game. "We going to see him soon, you feel me?" "We're going to see him soon".
Thomas had a career day against Peters and the Rams, setting a new franchise record for most receiving yards in a single game with 211, catching 12-of-15 passes and six of eight when covered by Peters.
Peters repeatedly blamed himself for having a bad game, and he refused to echo defensive co-ordinator Wade Phillips' claim that he had put together a poor scheme that didn't help Peters. As a cornerback, with a job description that says he's supposed to prevent things like that from happening, it was undoubtedly a long afternoon for Peters. 'Cause I liked what he was saying on the sidelines, too.
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"Tell him, 'Keep talking that s-".
Peters, who isn't exactly shy about speaking out, had a message for Payton.
Hopefully, these two teams do get to meet up again in the playoffs.
Los Angeles hopes to rebound after its only loss of the season when it hosts the Seahawks on Sunday.