Officials from the NFL were put under heavy control Sunday night during the NFC Championship match between Los Angeles Rams and New Orleans Sensations over a chased conversation at the end of the fourth quarter. tying the game and then winning extra time to go to Super Bowl.
Speculation was routed after the match about whether the league would admit that the judges made a mistake. Earlier Monday morning no word came, but Sean Cohen's coach Sean Patton said his league staff had said the conversation had been blasted. It turned out that Luis was in a good position to catch the ball, but Rams-Colman's security door had slipped into it and hit her with his helmet.
Many thought the play had to be penalized for interference while passing, but the employees held it in their back pocket. The saints were forced to satisfy themselves in order to take the lead. Then Aven returned and bound the game to make overtime. Los Angeles would have won it in the extra time, 26-23.
Peyton told reporters after the game that the NFL admitted there was a penalty for the play.
"Such a signal should not be done, man, it's just hard to swallow. And then call the phone, "he said after the game, according to ESPN. "We spoke first, then I called to follow. And the first thing he said [head of officials Alberto Riveron] when I phoned – "We did it."
Robey-Coleman also thought he would be punished for the play. for second; but the raiser stood up – when I got up, he said, "Incomplete," so I was just like "Thanks," he said, according to ESPN. – I did not look back at the ball. I was not playing the ball. If I had played the ball, then it would have been another story. … And then the ref said, like, seemed to be the tip. Like, she was like a peak.
Rams coach Shaun McVay also commented on the match after the match.
"The only thing I respect today is to let the boys play," said USA Today .
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With victory, Los Angeles returns to Super Bowl for the first time since 2002 when they were in St. Louis. This is the second consecutive season when the Saints suffered a heartbreaking loss in the playoffs.