BY LUKE JOHNSON | Staff writer
The New Orleans Saints were reeling, the Los Angeles Chargers and rookie quarterback Justin Herbert putting them on their heels defensively, but they had a chance to salvage a bit of momentum.
The Chargers were facing a third and goal from the 3-yard line in the second quarter Monday night. A stop was essentially worth four points, as the Chargers would have likely settled for a chip shot field goal, and a four-point swing would have felt huge in a game the Saints were already trailing 13-3.
Instead, this happened: Herbert dropped back into a clean pocket and was never pressured. The...