The New Orleans Saints outing against the Green Bay Packers Sunday night was... frustrating.
The offense averaged a half yard more per play than the Packers and put up 30 points without their best player — Michael Thomas. They ran the ball at will, averaging 6.1 yards per rush, compared to 3.8 by the Packers.
But we all know what factors often decide games, even though they’re pretty much impossible to predict: turnovers and penalties.
And they lost in those facets, as they have for two weeks now. They turned the ball over on that heinous fumble by Taysom Hill in the fourth quarter and...