NFL Official Gave Explanation On Rams-Saints No-Call Without Seeing Play

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He adds that, in his opinion, the officiating has been mediocre all season. "But obviously in a situation like that where it seemed like everybody in the world saw it, it's tough". His kick went perfectly through the uprights to down the Saints and help clinch the NFC title for the Rams. I know he is proud of this team and our fans.

The Rams head to Atlanta in about a week for the February 3 Super Bowl at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. But that has changed during the playoffs where the pass rush has already made an impact.

Just three seasons after moving back to Southern California from St. Louis, the Rams completed a remarkable rise to prominence, led by their 32-year-old wunderkind of a coach, Sean McVay, and the youngest QB ever to win an NFC title.

A flag would have given New Orleans a new set of downs and the chance to run off the remainder of the clock before a would-be game-winning field goal or touchdown.

"I have been in touch with the National Football League regarding yesterday's events and will aggressively pursue changes in National Football League policies to ensure no team and fan base is ever put in a similar position again".

The stunning finish came after New Orleans got the ball first in the extra period. He returned for a divisional-round game against the Dallas Cowboys and rushed for 115 yards and a touchdown on six carries.

Gurley was sidelined for the final two games of the regular season because of inflammation in his left knee. If you want to do that on every single play, though, there's a lot of instances. Anderson rushed for 44 yards on 16 carries. This is true whether you are from New Orleans or part of our family of fans from the entire state, region and country. The longest running play the Rams have surrendered in the postseason is 16 yards.

The New England Patriots defeated the Kansas City Chiefs in overtime to win the AFC on Sunday night and earn the right to face the Rams in Super Bowl LIII.

Not only have the boys up front cleared a path for the rushing attack, they've also kept the pocket mostly clean for Goff in recent weeks.

Along with a fan starting a petition to have the two teams have a rematch this weekend that has been signed by more than 500K fans, an attorney has now stepped in to file a lawsuit to make that game happen, according to Darren Rovell.