Officials kept the flags in their pockets despite two of them being within earshot of Robey-Coleman's hit, and despite the cornerback himself admitting that he tried to take an intentional pass interference flag in order to prevent an easy touchdown for Saints receiver Tommylee Lewis.
The owner of a locksmith shop has hung posters and signs taking aim at NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, and some residents have hung posters of a referee wearing a blindfold.
Heck, the Rams best player Todd Gurley was on the sidelines more than on the field, and New Orleans STILL LOST THE GAME.Читайте также: Oscar Nominations: The Biggest Snubs and Surprises
Has anyone in New Orleans gotten over the infamous no-call involving the Saints in the NFC Championship game? There's no way this response has satisfied the Saints organization, and it definitely shouldn't satisfy the fans that prop up the NFL's business model.
The hit happened when Robey-Coleman appeared to run into Lewis before the ball arrived from Saints quarterback Drew Brees on third-and-10 at the Rams' 13-yard line - a controversial play with 1:45 remaining in a 20-20 game. Your continued silence on the matter is unbecoming of the position you hold, detrimental to the integrity of the game and disrespectful and dismissive to football fans everywhere. Instead, they were forced to kick a field goal early which allowed the Rams to tie and ultimately win in overtime. "Lead by example, " Watson wrote. But their newest tactic may make the loudest statement - a Super Bowl boycott. Another lawsuit filed by a ticket holder for the game says that the league "cannot be trusted to police itself." .При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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