Referee Who Didn’t Throw Flag on Obvious Pass-Interefence Lives In Southern California

Oh boy, this will definitely rile up the conspiracy theorists.

The NFC Championship Game was a great game between two great teams as the New Orleans Saints and Los Angeles squared off in an epic encounter.

Unfortunately, the game was overshadowed by an egregious non-call that would’ve resulted in the Saints being able to run out the clock and kick a potential game-winning field goal in the final seconds.


Instead, there was enough time for Jared Goff and the Rams to drive down the field and tie the game, sending the game to overtime where the Rams were able win it and advance to Super Bowl LIII.

Following the game, all everyone was talking about was the missed pass interference call and Ramon Antonio Vargas, a writer for The New Orleans Advocate pointed out that one official of the NFC Championship Game officiating crew had ties to the Los Angeles-area:

The NFL has to do a better job of making sure these type of bad optics can be avoided as the offseason will once again be all about the officiating.