NOLA Saints might have lost but hope isn’t lost yet
The good news about the loss is that the Buccaneers and Falcons also dropped their games. The Saints could have been in first place in the division with a win but they couldn’t get it done and that’s unfortunate.
The Bucs aren’t going to drop many games so New Orleans really needed to take advantage of their divisional foe’s shortcomings this week. The division is still in reach for New Orleans though and that’s something that should motivate this team down the stretch.
They head to Philadelphia next week for a date with the Eagles and that will be another sneaky game. The offense has to show something before the fourth quarter and the defense has to force turnovers and play a near-perfect game, as unfair as that is.
As for the winners and losers, I debated putting Deonte Harris with the winners but his fumble to kick off the second half was brutal. It led to a Titans touchdown and, as we know, New Orleans lost by two points. That was a possession the Saints desperately needed.
Who were your winners and losers from this game?