Sean Payton reveals sandwich-related code for Saints playbook on Twitter — and opponents take note

first_imgGun Empty rt Quizno52 All Go Special X Shallow Cross. 4 verticals or find @Cantguardmike X pic.twitter.com/xpzUd1URoI— Sean Payton (@SeanPayton) March 30, 2020After being asked what “Quizno” meant in the original play, Payton explained that the Saints use sandwich terms for tight splits, and even tagged both Quiznos and Jimmy John’s in the tweet. Perhaps he’s trying to get a social media influencer gig on the side in case the pandemic forces the NFL to cancel this season? It’s been two weeks since Sean Payton We use sandwich terms for tight splits.JJ = @jimmyjohnsClubStackQuizno @Quiznos— Sean Payton (@SeanPayton) March 30, 2020Both Jimmy John’s and Quiznos reacted accordingly (Subway has yet to provide comments on being left out of the Saints’ offense).pic.twitter.com/vM00KrxvRC— Jimmy John’s (@jimmyjohns) March 30, 2020@SeanPayton we’re big fans of your tight splits, especially now that we know they’re named after us #wemissfootball https://t.co/DWc7LO3lQC— Quiznos (@Quiznos) March 30, 2020The sandwich shops weren’t the only ones to take note. Free agent safety Tony Jefferson II had fans laughing with his response.So sandwich terms for tight splits .. gotcha pic.twitter.com/CAQmsHfSqq— Tony Jefferson II (@_tonyjefferson) March 30, 2020Many fans made similar jokes (insert Bill Belicheck with binoculars gif). New Orleans fans were a bit concerned that Payton was giving away too much vital information, as if NFL defenses hadn’t already scouted the Saints as well as possible. Well, maybe not the Panthers . . .They’ve been seenin this!!— Sean Payton (@SeanPayton) March 30, 2020last_img read more

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