New Orleans Saints Coach Sean Payton said team struggled in all phases against Buffalo (1 Viewer)

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By John DeShazier | Senior Writer -

As expected, there wasn't much good to be extracted from the New Orleans Saints' 31-6 loss to Buffalo on Thanksgiving night in the Caesars Superdome.

The Saints mustered just 190 yards – 44 rushing, on 25 carries – and were shut out for three quarters before scoring on the first play of the fourth. Quarterback Trevor Siemian had his least productive outing, but Coach Sean Payton said Siemian clearly wasn't alone in having a forgettable showing.

"I think that there are a number of plays in that game that he'd like back," Payton said. "Pretty hard to play efficiently there if you're averaging a yard-and-a-half running the football. The stress then falls on the passing game and then the pass rush.

"I had a hard time finding positives in any one individual's performance on offense. That just is what it is."

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