Sean Payton regrets the choke gesture he directed toward Devonta Freeman.

Ahead of the NFC South rematch Sunday, the Saints coach admitted he lost is composure when the teams previously met at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Dec. 7 and wrongly took it out on the Falcons running back.

“Listen, the mistake I made that night was letting my emotions get the best of me,” Payton said, via The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “It’s the same thing that we talk about with our players all of the time. It wasn’t good and I felt like as that game went on, it even affected me in calling plays. I’ve got to better that way.

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Artie Burns has started all 14 games for the Steelers this season and 23 times since he was drafted in the first round out of Miami in 2016. But after getting called for another pass interference in Pittsburgh’s loss to the Patriots Sunday, head coach Mike Tomlin may be ready to make a change.

Neither Burns nor Sutton knows exactly what his role will be Monday, or if Sutton running with the first team is permanent, but this year’s third-round pick said his confidence is growing.

“I feel like I’ve done pretty good,” Sutton told the Post-Gazette. “Obviously, you learn each and every week. The biggest thing is keeping me confident, competitive and keep going out there and having fun. Everything else will take care of itself. You can only control what you can control with your preparation throughout the week. When one of those moments in the game happens you have to be ready.”

If Sutton does get the start, it will be against the Texans’ third-string quarterback T.J. Yates. The North Carolina graduate is completing 45.6 percent of his passes this season in two games for Houston.