It seems that everyone in the New Orleans metropolitan area is determined to give their point of view on the end of the Saints season. As you probably know now, the Saints lost the NFC title game against the Los Angeles Rams after a punt placement by Rams kicker Greg Zeuerlein. As you probably know too, the match ended only in overtime after the referees had missed a glaring interference on the passer, the Rams' half-corner, Nickell Robey-Coleman, who had basically attacked the receiver of Saints Tommylee Lewis while the ball was still in the air. landing.

Robey-Coleman admitted this after the match, while Saints coach Sean Payton said the league's office had called and admitted that the referee had rang the bell. ;call.

Since Sunday, more and more calls (some Saints players and their fans) have called the league to intervene and enforce the rules. Rule 17, Section 2, Article 1 to reverse the result of the game and play it again from the moment, from the bottom and from the distance where the missed penalty occurred. A lawyer is even prosecute enforce the rule, while a fan purchased billboards everywhere in Atlanta (the Super Bowl LIII website) to remind the NFL of its mistake.

Now, a local coroner has issued a proclamation of cause of death for the season of the saints.

Yeah. I'm pretty sure it could only happen in the NFL.

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