This might be the craziest story from Sunday.
On Sunday, the New Orleans Saints dominated the Cincinnati Bengals, 51-14 but what their head coach did prior to the game is what is being talked about the most.
Prior to kickoff, Sean Payton reportedly smashed a fire alarm in the visiting team locker room at Paul Brown Stadium on Sunday.
Sean Payton smashed a fire alarm in the Saints locker room before Sunday’s game against the Bengals. The alarms were going off throughout Paul Brown Stadium. https://t.co/Tt1Az5PBIL pic.twitter.com/kdkfpiJLpb
— Josh Katzenstein (@jkatzenstein) November 11, 2018
The alarm went off as New Orleans was trying to get prepared for the game and Payton didn’t want to mess that preparation up so Payton took matters into his own hands.
The Bengals offered a statement on their knowledge of the situation.
“We are aware of the situation and have been in touch with the authorities, we have nothing further at this time.”
The alarm sounding clearly didn’t impact the Saints performance on the field.