Sunday, November 7, 2010

Saints lead 27-3 after Clausen's interception

It felt like it was coming, and it finally did: Jimmy Clausen flirted with disaster for awhile and then threw an interception that was returned for a touchdown late in the third quarter.

New Orleans now leads, 27-3, with 0:41 left in the third.

Clausen started the drive inside his five yet again, got a first down on a pop-fly throw to Brandon LaFell out of the end zone, and then threw a slant pass to Dante Rosario directly to New Orleans' Jabari Greer, who jogged in for the TD.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Well, we still need one more turnover for our average of three per game. I have faith we can do it!

Bobby said...

Don't worry, Jimmy still has to fumble a snap. We'll get to three.

Anonymous said...

No doubt! It's unbelievably embarrassing how many more turnovers this team has than touchdowns.

Anonymous said...

seriously, refs how can you miss two easy calls. one when smitty caught the ball he was drilled and then when clausen was sacked he was clearly down and the saits player took a shot at his head. refs you suck monkey balls...

Anonymous said...

We have gone from bad to worse.I thought Fox said we can only go up from here.

Anonymous said...

The Panthers stink up the place so bad,it's hard even to get too terribly upset with the officials . . . although today those guys appear to be officiating at the same level that the Panthers play.

Anonymous said...

Way to go Jerry. You may be left with no fans but at least you saved on that free agent money this off season!

3rd quarter at home and 45,000 empty seats! Beautiful!

Anonymous said...

Jerry Richardson,

Your bitter harvest has come in.

I hope it was worth it...