The Raiders' report card for Sunday's 38-17 loss to the New Orleans Saints:

<b>Quarterbacks: D</b> More and more, Carson Palmer's faults (2 ints) seem to outweigh his positives (312 yards).

<b>Running Backs: A</b> Marcel Reece was stellar moving from FB to HB to fill in for injured McFadden and Goodson.

<b>Receivers: D</b> TE Brandon Myers dropped 2 passes, and WR Denarius Moore continues to struggle.

<b>Offensive Line: B</b> The Saints brought a lot of blitzes, and the line held up for the most part.

<b>Defensive Line: D</b> Very quiet games for Tommy Kelly and Lamarr Houston.

<b>Linebackers: C</b> The stat book says Rolando McClain made 10 tackles, but it sure didn't feel like it.

<b>Defensive Backs: F</b> New Orleans' bevy of dangerous receivers was open all day long.

<b>Special Teams: D </b>A 75-yard kickoff return by Saints' Travaris Cadet, and a rare day of mediocrity for P Shane Lechler.

<b>Coaching/Overall: F </b>The Oakland defense seems unable to stop anybody right now, least of all the dangerous Saints.