On the move, "Hi Mary", a New Orleans lawyer, filed a lawsuit on Tuesday to get NFL to cope with an excited intermission missile at the end of the match for the NFC championship in which the saints lost to LA Rams.
Frank Amigo Jr. filed the appeal before the Civil District Court in the Orleans parish on behalf of the holders of the Saints season ticket, saying that NFL Commissioner Roger Gudel is entitled to return time to the watch and allow the game to resume. The Saints seemed to have a game in hand near the edge of the regulation when Rams Corner Nickel Robey-Coleman handed a helmet to a helmet to Saints Tommylee Lewis before the ball arrived.
If the punishment would be called saints, they would probably have won the game. Instead, they lost in overtime 26-23. I personally have not seen the play, "Judge Bill Vinovic said after the brash interference missed all over the world.
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The lawyer issued a press release, which apparently copied and widespread from Pro Football Spoken about an article on this issue.
Although Rams-Coleman's defense army recognizes that he has decided to destroy the saints, he receives Tomliwee Lewis, because Robbie-Coleman believed he had been beaten for a touchdown, and it was hard to imagine this kind of "extraordinary unfair "action that would have a serious effect on the outcome of the game, he writes.
"Then the rule is there with reason; if ever he is called, is not it time now to do it? Here's where you get even a juicer, look at Article 17, Article 3: "The Commissioner's powers under this Section 2 include … reversal if the outcome of the game or the rescheduling of a game, either from the beginning or from the moment the extraordinary
In principle, the commissioner has the right to return the time to the place of the penalty that has not been called, to return the teams to the field from this point in the game, the saints first and the naked at the place of the foul, set the clock 1:49 and let the game ended, tied to 20, and the sheep left with one time "It is not inconceivable that this will happen, but even so, why then does the rule even allow this type of approach?" "And maybe that's why the League is fighting the language of the expected statement, acknowledging the mistake. Perhaps the League realizes that, depending on the specific words chosen, the door to a Rule 17 procedure may be unintentionally open. "
Lafayette's law office informed the NFL that litigation about the outcome of the game may be inevitable. 19659002] "At the moment a big star sits next to the title of NFC champions. The admission of the status quo is a "black eye" for the history and integrity of the game that you were entrusted with protecting and protecting, "said WDSU's joint lawyers' statement.
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"Bad calls are happening, sometimes bad calls have bigger consequences than others," he said in a statement Tuesday.