'I hope they forgive me one day' - Rams Robey-Coleman on Saints fans (1 Viewer)

By WWL Staff

ATLANTA — Perhaps second only to the officiating crew, and, perhaps behind Roger Goodell, Nickell Robey-Coleman is the villain in the minds of Saints fans in the team’s controversial NFC Championship loss to the Los Angeles Rams.

Robey-Coleman was the defensive back, who, badly fooled by a ‘wheel route’ pass call for Tommylee Lewis, admittedly ‘lit up’ Lewis prematurely, causing an incomplete pass. The penalty – two penalties actually – for pass interference and helmet-to-helmet contact were never called. The NFL fined Robey-Coleman for the hit on Lewis during the week, an admission, of sorts, that the play was not legal. ...

Commissioner Roger Goodell said Wednesday that “It was a play that should be called.”

Robey-Coleman admitted after the game that he was beaten and looking for a flag and was happily surprised when one wasn’t thrown.

He said Thursday that he understands the frustrations of the Saints fans. ...

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Andrus Whitewing

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