"Came to the sideline, looked at the football gods and was like, 'Thank you, '" Robey-Coleman said.
The report noted that multiple witnesses claimed to see the referees being escorted by "a half-dozen or more yellow-jacketed event security staff, plus National Football League security personnel as well as at least one local law-enforcement officer" when they were transported to their new hotel.
An egregious mistake by the refs overshadowed the Los Angeles Rams' moment of triumph. I guess New Orleans vs Kansas City doesn't sound as sexyI'm so salty right now!
"We get to play in the Super Bowl", quarterback Jared Goff said, "and we deserve it".
On the ensuing Rams drive, they took the ball down the field and set up Zuerlien to tie the game with a 48-yard field goal with 15-seconds to go.
Bowers wrote several social media posts on Monday hinting that he would take action in the wake of his ire, writing in one Twitter post, "I'm going to do something about this".
Some are also calling for changes after what they say is the biggest blown call in the NFL's history. I know he is proud of this team and our fans. The next day, the headline of the local New Orleans Times-Picayune read "Reffing Unbelievable".
It's been two days since the no-call in the Rams-Saints game, and it feels worse than ever. Running back Todd Gurley gained only 68 yards rushing.
Until then, Benson, Saints players and sympathizers and fans worldwide are left to wonder: What if?
"Overtime, on the road against a great team", Brady told the AP.
The Rams head to Atlanta in about a week for the February 3 Super Bowl at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
The Who Dat Nation left today's NFC Championship game in total heart-break as the Saints fell to the Rams 26-23 in overtime.