Saints QB Jameis Winston's ACL tear a 'classic field turf injury,' coach Sean Payton says
Quarterback Jameis Winston From the New Orleans Saints, how feared the cruciate ligament tore. This confirmed Head Coach Sean Payton on Monday. But he did not want to reveal in the starter role.

Winston had injured himself on Sunday in the second quarter against Super Bowl Champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers, when he had been dangled by Linebacker Devin White unauthorized on the collar and twisted the knee. His inner band was also affected. He was replaced by Backup Trevor Siemian, the Saints won the game at the end with 36:27.

We have devoted his victory, Payton said. He s so sorry, I love the guy. He has this infectious personality. And if you see how someone hurts, always hurts.

The Saints (5-2) play home at home on the next Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons (3-4). Possible starters are Siemian, Tayom Hill, who had reached a concussion in week 5, and Rookie-QB Ian Book. The new starter is the six million-dollar question, Payton said, but did not elicit any further info.

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In the current season, Winston is 14 touchdowns and three interceptions in a pass quota of 59 percent.