I don't remember the order, but I do remember 4 huge ones that pretty much define a team shooting itself in the foot. 1. Crawley with a pass interference that negated an interception. 2. Sanchez with a hold that negated a big kickoff return. 3. Walker with a halo infraction that negated a fumble recovery on a punt. 4. Kough with a chop block that negated a run inside the 10, stalling a drive. Anyone remember what the 5th penalty was for? Regardless, between turning the ball over 3 times, getting a punt blocked, giving up an 80 yard TD pass, not being able to complete a simple throw to a WR running open down the sideline, going 2/5 in the red zone and horrible clock management in the 2nd half... that game was a textbook case of finding ways to lose. But within all that, I think the types of penalties at the moments they occurred were probably the biggest back breaker.