NFL world rips Saints coach for brutal playcall

The New Orleans Saints fell to 3-4 on the season after a 31-24 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars on Thursday night. 

While all of the attention following the game was on tight end Foster Moreau's drop in the end zone with 25 seconds remaining, the Saints made a number of costly errors throughout the game. 

This includes the play that followed Moreau's drop, which, if converted, would have knotted the game at 31 with less than 30 seconds 

left in the fourth quarter. With the Saints facing 4th and goal from the Jaguars' 6-yard line, quarterback Derek Carr made a fast 

and poorly thrown — ball to wide receiver Chris Olave, which dropped incomplete and effectively destroyed the Saints' prospects of a comeback. 

Many on social media weighed in on New Orleans' final offensive play, as they did on Moreau's costly drop. After rallying from a 24-9 deficit with a variety 

of weapons — including Alvin Kamara, Michael Thomas, Taysom Hill, and Olave — many were perplexed that on their final chance to tie (or even win)  

the game, the Saints called a low percentage fade pass that gave Carr only one option to throw to  

especially since New Orleans did not use one of its two remaining timeouts before the play. 

especially since New Orleans did not use one of its two remaining timeouts before the play. 

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