Nothing went according to plan for the New Orleans Saints in Monday night’s 34-24 loss against the Las Vegas Raiders. The secondary could not stay disciplined, as they racked up 101 of the team’s 119 penalty yards off of defensive pass interference calls alone.
Las Vegas quarterback Derek Carr completed 28 of his 38 passes for 282 yards and 3 touchdowns. Defensive leaders Cameron Jordan and Malcolm Jenkins made little to no impact despite Jordan going against the Raiders’ third-string tackle.
Raiders tight end Darren Waller obliterated New Orleans’ defense with 12 catches for 105 yards...