"Seth Copeland Payne" is a former American football defensive tackle. He now lives in Houston, Texas, and co-hosts a local radio show. He was originally drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the fourth round of the 1997 NFL Draft.

During high school, he played at Victor Central Schools (Victor, NY). In 1993, he was elected to the All-Greater Rochester and All State teams. Also in 1993, he participated in the Eddie Meath All Star Game.

He played college football at Cornell Big Red/Cornell and was a member of the Sphinx Head Society and Delta Upsilon.

Payne is descended from a long line of farmers from outside of Victor (town), New York/Victor, New York and he went to high school at Victor Central, graduating in 1993.

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Ideally, you're desperate every week, ... It's hard to get a win in this league no matter how good you are, so whether you're 0-3 or 3-0, that next win is tough to come by.

He played very well. We tried to unsettle him and we didn't get it done.

They came out passing.

If we can learn a lesson from anyone, it's the Astros. They were down and then they came back.

We've got the best example going right now with the Astros. If there's anybody we can learn a lesson from right now, it's the Astros.

We were expecting them to focus on running McGahee but then that first series they passed their way down the field. It looks like he has all the tools.

You know, we need a win so bad in our situation that it's got nothing to do with anything that happened in the past, ... I mean, there's a big difference in being 0-3 and 1-2. The possibility of being 0-3 should be enough motivation in itself.

He's very patient and has really good vision. He'll sit there, sit there, find his hole and take it, which is different from a lot of backs in the league who just focus on making one cut and hitting the hole. He sees the whole field.

We're teams in similar situations, ... We're pretty evenly matched (and), if you look at our records, we're both desperate for a win.