Don’t Be Shocked Sean Payton Can Dance, His Old House Had A Dance Club

Sean Payton’s locker room dancing display after the Saints trounced the Buccaneers is all the rage today as people try to figure out where the 56-year-old football coach learned enough moves to impress his players. Being a treasure trove of useless information — not on a Rovellian level, but in my own way —  I decided to dig deep into the nearly 13 years of internet knowledge swimming around in my brain and bust out a Payton nugget from way back.

I learned in 2014 that Coach Payton owned a dance club in a Westlake, Texas house that he was selling to settle a divorce from his then-wife Beth. You don’t have a dance club in your house without learning how to dance. In fact, smart football coaches should be installing dance clubs into their 8,000 sq. ft. houses, especially if they have a full basement. Take 1,500 sq. ft. of the basement and turn it into a club. I’m talking DJ booth, private VIP booths with bottle service, top-of-the-line lighting, sound system, etc.

You know the fastest way to an NFL player’s heart? I mean, besides money? A coach who can move in the locker room after a big win. Think back to Andy Reid’s dancing abilities. His players would run through a Waffle House six-foot by six-foot front window for a plate of covered, smothered and chunked for that guy.

Think about how handy it would be for a coach to have a club at his house. Players could come over, hear words of inspiration from Miss Cindy (or whatever her down-home name is), eat some home-cookin’ and then bond all night with a bus full of IG models. Sure beats forcing guys to go bowling at some dirtball bowling alley.

The dance club in Sean Payton’s old house:

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via Realtor.com

Written by Joe Kinsey

I'm an Ohio guy, born in Dayton, who roots for Ohio State and can handle you guys destroying the Buckeyes, Urban Meyer and everything associated with Columbus.

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