The Saints were without a defensive line Cameron Jordan during the fourth quarter of their 32-29 loss to Chiefs on Sunday, and Pro Bowler had turned five times to social media to accept impeachment.
Jordan was sent off early in the fourth quarter for throwing a punch at forward man Andrew Wylie in Kansas City. His absence instantly proved costly, scoring heads in the next play thanks to 12 yards run by Le’Veon Bell. A two-point shift extended the Presidents’ lead to 15-29.
Later Sunday night, Jordan said on Twitter that there were “no excuses” for his actions and that it was better to move on.
Jordan ended up with three tackles and hit quarterback today, as New Orleans manages to fire Patrick Mahoms three times.
The Saints advanced 15-14 early in the third quarter on a 24-yard drop pass from Drew Breeze to Latavius Murray before the bosses beat 15 points unanswered. During this span, Attack the Saints went three times in three consecutive rounds, totaling just one arena in nine plays.
New Orleans made it a single possession game with a touching 14-yard pass from Bryce to Alvin Camara with less than 10 minutes to play, but Chiefs hit back with a field goal to cap 10 matches that took nearly five and a half. Minutes outside the clock. The saints withdrew within three minutes before the two-minute warning, but the Presidents killed the hour in their possession that followed.
The loss dropped the Saints to 10-4 and a game behind the NFC top-ranked Packers. New Orleans lost two in a row and will face the Vikings at home next week before wrapping up the regular season on the road against the Panthers.