The Saints are still upset about the no call.
Last Sunday, the Los Angeles Rams defeated the New Orleans Saints by a score of 26-23 in the NFC Championship game. With under two minutes to go in the game, the Rams got away with an obvious pass interference penalty. The Saints ended up scoring a field goal to take the lead but the Rams got the ball back and tied up the game to force overtime. Since then, the Saints players and their fans have been reasonably upset with what happened and have pleaded with the NFL to take action.
Saints Tight End Benjamin Watson took to Twitter yesterday where he called out commissioner Roger Goodell, for not taking a stance on what happened.
"Commissioner Goodell. We all realize that football is an imperfect game, played, coached and officiated by imperfect people," Watson said. "What occurred last Sunday in New Orleans though, was outside of that expected norm. Your continued silence on this matter is unbecoming of the position you hold, detrimental to the integrity of the game and disrespectful and dismissive to football fans everywhere."
Some are suggesting that pass interference should be a reviewable play, however, the NFL has yet to say if that discussion is being had.
With the Rams win, they will take on the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl.