Well shoot are you into conspiracy theories? Because if you are we have a treat for you. This one is just too much. Obviously the no-call heard around the world was yesterday and if you somehow missed it is here it is :
I don’t see it ? ? pic.twitter.com/EgWNFyOxg4
— Sports ON Tap (@SONTHighlights) January 21, 2019
Many believe the The New Orleans Saints trip to The Super Bowl was sabotaged because of it.
Shortly after the game ened a New Orleans area reporter revealed that one of the referees who officiated the game actually used to play for the Rams!
Gary Cavaletto, the ref who swallowed his flag on the infamous no-call benefiting the Rams, lives within 2 hours of L.A.. His crewmate Phil McKinnely went to UCLA and played for the L.A. Rams and Atlanta.
A question: could the NFL do more to avoid these optics at this stage?
— Ramon Antonio Vargas (@RVargasAdvocate) January 21, 2019
??Phil McKinnely played for the Los Angles Rams in 1981, and of course people edited the his Wikipedia to also he played in 2019.
Phil McKinnely’s Wikipedia ?? pic.twitter.com/B9ZAFUrpXx
— Joe Grizzly (@MistaFrisco) January 21, 2019
How The NFL overlooked this is beyond me. I mean it’s just too good. I don’t believe in conspiracy theories and I don’t think this had anything to do with anything but I think it’s a great coincidence and always fun to talk about.
They have to outlaw having former players ref their former teams games the guy closest to the call Phil McKinney former Rams player ?????
— Patrick Frank (@PeteyWeeStro) January 21, 2019
Do you agree with the above tweet?