We all remember what happened to the New Orleans Saints. You saw it, everyone in the stands saw it, and the ref probably saw it himself… But no call. Some called the missed pass interference called in the NFC Championship game between the Los Angeles Rams and New Orleans Saints one of the worst of all-time.
And yet, the refs didn’t see it apparently. For those that don’t remember the play that changed the winner of the game… here it is:
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) January 24, 2019
Sean Payton says everyone is giving their condolences for what happened. A play that could have landed the Saints in the Super Bowl versus Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.
Saints coach Sean Payton talking NOLA No-Call at NFL owners meeting: People keep telling me I’m so sorry for you. pic.twitter.com/XKhesapx0M
— Jennifer Crockett (@CrockettWDSU) March 26, 2019
Well, the NFL is trying to fix this…. Giving the Saints a “win” for the game.
Sounds like Sean Payton and coaches are going to get a "win" after @Saints NFC title loss: The inclusion of non-calls on DPI in final two minutes via replay assistant has a very good chance of being approved today on amended replay review proposals, per sources.
— Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) March 26, 2019
This is obviously a bizarre conclusion, the Saints still don’t get to play in the Super Bowl… But I guess you can always say ‘the Saints truly won that game.’