New Orleans Saints fans have a big reason to be angry.

During the fourth quarter on Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings, Saints defensive back Marshon Lattimore was called for pass interference against wide receiver Adam Thielen.

The penalty gave the Vikings the ball at the one and they scored a touchdown on the next play, giving Minnesota a 25-22 lead.

So what’s the problem?

Well, Thielen was actually the player who committed a penalty on the play. He grabbed Lattimore’s facemask and turned his helmet before the ball arrived.

That’s as bad as it gets. It should’ve been a penalty on Thielen. At worst, it should’ve been offsetting penalties.

You hate to blame the refs, but this is a situation where it’s warranted.

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