Despite a sloppy performance, Michael Thomas shined for the Saints. Source: Mark LaGrange
The Saints racked up three turnovers, flagged for 92 yards in penalties, and still beat the Jets 31-19.
Brandon Coleman lost two fumbles in Jets territory, and Drew Brees threw an interception inside his own 20.
It was no doubt ugly, but the Saints still got a "W." They lead the NFC South via tiebreaker over the Panthers with a 10-4 record.
"I didn't feel like it was one of our better games. Nonetheless, we were able to do what we had to do win a game. We got to eliminate the penalties, it shows up every week. Same guys every week, same guys. I thought it was sloppy," said Sean Payton.