After Saints-Rams, the NFL has a pass-interference problem. The CFL might have the solution (1 Viewer)

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By Tom Schad, USA TODAY

Delvin Breaux watched the now-infamous no-call live from Section 102 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, about six rows up from field level. He saw Nickell Robey-Coleman collide with Tommylee Lewis and wondered, incredulously, why New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton wasn't challenging the missed pass interference call.

"Man, that’s BS!" Breaux thought. "Come on Payton, throw the challenge flag out there!’

Payton, of course, couldn't challenge the play, because pass interference is not reviewable in the NFL. But there was good reason for Breaux's confusion. The New Orleans native — and former Saints cornerback — now plays with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League, so he's grown accustomed to the CFL's way of doing things.

"I got all caught up in the moment," he recalled to USA TODAY Sports last week, "and forgot this is the NFL." ...

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