Malcolm Jenkins Flipped Off Sean Payton After Late Touchdown

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New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees almost threw a ideal game in his team's blowout win over the Philadelphia Eagles, completing 22 of his 30 pass attempts for 363 yards and 4 scores. Most frustrating of all, it's hard to even keep track if which cornerbacks are actually healthy for the Eagles, and watching the Saints take advantage of this with their high-powered offense wasn't surprising one bit during their 48-7 victory to improve to 9-1. Kamara crossed the milestone in dramatic fashion when he caught a 37-yard touchdown pass from Drew Brees in the fourth quarter against the Philadelphia Eagles at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

"I'm a competitor. I love Sean to death, and I know what type of guy and what type of coach he is". I know how they're coached, they're well coached.

"Three holes into it, ended up beating him, and that was it", Pederson said. "We talked after the game; it's all good". I was just more so upset that it was on me. "I got a lot of respect for what they're doing, especially Sean".

El golfista mexicano Abraham Ancer conquistó el Abierto de Australia
El mexicano Abraham Ancer concretó su segunda victoria como profesional y la primera desde que es miembro del PGA Tour . A pesar de algunos altibajos en el camino, el golfista mexicano terminó ganando el torneo por ese mismo margen.

During the National Football League spring meetings in Orlando earlier this year, Eagles coach Doug Pederson and Saints coach Sean Payton were paired up during the annual coaches' golf outing, and as often happens, the two made the match interesting.

There's no better reminder than a middle finger.

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