By Mike Triplett | ESPN Staff Writer
ARLINGTON, Texas -- But when they were bad, they were horrid.
It's hard to make sense of what we saw from the New Orleans Saints' offense during Thursday night's flop at Dallas, because it was such a drastic departure from what we've seen throughout this season.
No one expected them to keep scoring 44 points per game, as they had done over the previous four weeks. But just 176 yards in a 13-10 loss? The lowest yardage output in the entire Sean Payton-Drew Brees era? And Brees throwing an interception when the game was still within reach in the final minutes?
Man, oh man, did they go overboard when it came to proving they were all human.
"We won 10 in a row. We felt like we were rolling. So now it's time to get that mojo back," Brees said in the aftermath. "Get back to work when we get back and get ready to roll."...
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