There was a lot of talk about Rams cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman heading into Super Bowl LII.
Robey-Coleman got away with what looked to be a pass interference penalty late in the NFC title game, resulting in the Saints kicking a field goal, and going on to lose in overtime. He then bragged how he wasn’t flagged for it — admitting it was a penalty.
As such, there was a lot of talk about how the Super Bowl would be officiated — and if there’d be a “makeup call,” or if the way Robey-Coleman played was called tight. Apparently it was. NRC was called for a “helmet-to-helmet” hit on one particular play in the first half. The problem was that it was neither.
Another blown call by the officials.