Posted by ESPN.com's Matt Mosley
NEW ORLEANS -- The 35-yard pass interference penalty on Corey Webster was the absolute killer on the Saints' latest scoring drive. The officials ruled that Webster didn't make an attempt to play the ball. Replays showed that Webster and receiver Marques Colston both changed direction when the pass appeared to be thrown to the wrong shoulder.
In changing directions, the two players' feet became tangled. Webster was called for pass interference -- and the Saints punched it in for a touchdown on a short pass to Lance Moore on a play where nickel cornerback Kevin Dockery appeared to bit on the play-action fake.