Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards received a response from NFL commissioner Roger Goodell
Roger Goodell said the championship will again take a look at the instant replay and possible changes to this offseason. "The game is not officiated by robots," he said. "Will not be"
Rams cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman says he received "one or two" death threats from fans of Saints frustrated on social media after the NFC Championship Game.
Anger to call the NFC championship The game turned into disappointment for the trainer of Saints Sean Payton, who eventually left his "cave" almost two weeks later.
"I fully understand your personal disappointment and the disappointment and frustration of Saints fans across the country," Goodell wrote in the letter. "As you know, immediately after the game, our boss of officiant told Coach Payton that a penalty should be called on the game in question, and I expressed the same opinion to both Mrs. Benson and Coach Payton, as well as during my press conference on January 30. "
Goodell said that the rules of the league prevented him from overturning the outcome of the game, and he believed it would be wrong for him to do it.
He added that the league replay rules will be reviewed to determine if there should be a change that allows calls and calls to be reviewed without penalty in the field.
Goodell His response to the governor's January 22 letter