​The Los Angeles Rams are headed to Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta following their overtime victory against the New Orleans Saints. 


Unfortunately for them, and football fans everywhere, the game is clouded over due to a missed call by the referees. On a crucial 3rd down, Rams cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman obliterated Saints receiver Tommylee Lewis before the ball reached him, in what should have been a obvious pass interference call.


​But, there was not a flag to be seen. As a result, the NFL is expected to publicly admit error on the non-pass interference call.​

It's a case of too little too late for the NFL. In a huge moment of the NFC Championship, the refs laid an egg.


If pass interference were to be called, New Orleans would have been rewarded with a new set of downs, and potentially had the chance to run out the clock to only a few seconds left and kick a field goal/score a TD. 

We we have seen it all, but this will go down as one of the worst blown calls in sports history. And now, the NFL will have to enter damage control to try and find a solution.

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