Does he or not?
Even Michael Brockers is not sure if he has overturned the notorious NFC Championship game.
"Not sure. Not sure, "said the defender of the Rams. "From the perspective of the ref, he would certainly have looked like this."
This means that Brockers did not touch the ball in the game. Rams Cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman also came with a pass-mark as a hit on a defenseless receiver. Robey-Coleman was "relentless" last week when someone said Brockers had tipped the fateful pass, negating the pass sentence, but not the hit of a defenseless receiver into the face of Saints offensive lineman Andrus Peat over the play.
A photo of the piece seems to show Peat with his hands in Brocker's face mask.
"A series of times," Brockers said. "But that was a playoff game. There are some things that happen that the Refs will allow you to play it. So I just thought it was that kind of game. "
penalties against Peat and Robey-Coleman would have been compensated.
The Rams, however, are tired of questions about the game. Now that they have moved on, they want everyone else to do the same.
"Yes," Brockers said. "Now that we're on this point, we're in the Super Bowl. It's like this: "Let it go. "But you keep hearing people talk about it," Maybe they should play the game again and something like that. "It's like," Ah, that's ridiculous. "