Benjamin Watson Of The Saints Calls Out Roger Goodell For Lack Of Leadership


Last Sunday, the Los Angeles Rams defeated the New Orleans Saints by a rating of 26-23 within the NFC Championship sport. With below two minutes to go within the sport, the Rams acquired away with an apparent go interference penalty. The Saints ended up scoring a discipline purpose to take the lead however the Rams acquired the ball again and tied up the sport to power extra time. Since then, the Saints gamers and their followers have been moderately upset with what occurred and have pleaded with the NFL to take motion.

Saints Tight End Benjamin Watson took to Twitter yesterday the place he referred to as out commissioner Roger Goodell, for not taking a stance on what occurred.

“Commissioner Goodell. We all understand that soccer is an imperfect sport, performed, coached and officiated by imperfect individuals,” Watson stated. “What occurred final Sunday in New Orleans although, was exterior of that anticipated norm. Your continued silence on this matter is unbecoming of the place you maintain, detrimental to the integrity of the sport and disrespectful and dismissive to soccer followers in every single place.”

Some are suggesting that go interference must be a reviewable play, nonetheless, the NFL has but to say if that dialogue is being had.

With the Rams win, they may tackle the New England Patriots within the Super Bowl.