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We’re now more than 24 hours removed from the New Orleans Saints’ devastating NFC Championship Game loss to the Los Angeles Rams.

Even then, the drama that engulfed the Superdome late in the game remains a major talking point around the NFL.

Rams cornerback┬áNickell Robey-Coleman committed an obvious pass interference penalty late in the game. If it were called, New Orleans would’ve been able to run the game down and kick the winning field goal. It wasn’t. And the rest is history.

It now looks like “Madden” is getting involved in the controversy.

They legit called a PI on the same exact play that wasn’t called in New Orleans.

When EA Sports is trolling you, it’s probably not a great thing.

Since the controversial non-call, the Saints themselves have released a statement supporting an expansion of NFL’s replay system. Meanwhile, the league could be facing a class-action lawsuit.

Fun times, indeed.

Vincent Frank
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