Sean Payton believes a winning culture starts with the details

The Denver Broncos have a new head coach in Sean Payton, who joins the club with a winning resume.

Before joining the Broncos, Payton won seven division titles and a Super Bowl ring in 15 seasons with the New Orleans Saints, going 152-89. Payton will now aim to establish a winning culture in Denver.

It starts with the details.

“Beyond people, it’s every detail,” Payton said at the NFL combine last week. “Every little thing matters almost in an obsessive way. All of those details matter inside the framework of the field. We obsess as coaches and teachers on doing the little things well. That has to exist in every area of your building — in your equipment room, in your training room, in your cafeteria.

“Pretty soon, the building moves in a direction in concert, and it’s pretty cool when that happens. It’s not easy. People talk about it, and they search for it like that Holy Grail. I’ve seen it, I’ve been a part of it. It requires a little unselfishness from all of us in knowing that if we’re all moving in this one direction, chances are it’s going to benefit all of us that are moving.”

Since winning Super Bowl 50 following the 2015 season, the Broncos have missed the playoffs in seven-straight years and have had six-straight losing seasons. Denver has had anything but a winning culture. Now it’s up to Payton to change that.

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