Saints coach Sean Payton continues to use gadget QB Taysom Hill, and it continues to not work

If you weren't watching football on Monday night but checking up on social media, you might have thought Taysom Hill and Sean Payton had robbed a bank or something.
It's really not Hill's fault that Payton continued to use him long after the effectiveness of winning him over as Wildcat quarterback waned. But this is what happens: The New Orleans Saints take the great Drew Brees off the field at an important point, everyone knows Hill will lead them, and they stop them. It was broke all season.
It happened again on Monday evening. Hill came into play with a third-and-3 at the quarterback, he ran straight and was easily stopped by the Los Angeles Chargers defense. The Saints then decided on a field goal.
And twitter was angry my friends.
I think Sean Payton is trying to fuel up the season by putting on Taysom Hill. There is no other explanation.
- Geoff Schwartz (@geoffschwartz) October 13, 2020
Oh wait a minute. T.J. Lang's mail was from a week ago. This is an ongoing problem for the Saints and Payton.
Hill has had his moments. He's a great athlete and a good gadget player. He had one big game in a wild card playoff loss to the Minnesota Vikings last season. New Orleans gave him a two-year contract for $ 21 million last off-season indicating how the Saints overrate him.
Hill's use was once a fun crease, but it's now predictable and stale as Payton overused it.
And it doesn't seem like Payton is going to stop.
New Orleans Saints quarterback Taysom Hill, 7, continues to receive the call from Sean Payton about major problems. (AP Photo / Brett Duke)
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