Broncos Player Appears To Admit Team Beat Saints On ‘Terrible Call’ [VIDEO]
The Saints lost to the Broncos as a result of a "terrible call," and even the Denver players are admitting it.
Of course there is nothing that can be done about it, but the controversial play is one that Saints fans will remember for a long time.
The Saints battled back late in the fourth quarter with a long touchdown throw from Drew Brees to Brandin Cooks, and as the Black and Gold lined up to kick the extra point to go ahead by one it was blocked and returned for a game-winning two-point conversion by Broncos defensive back Will Parks.
The crowd in the dome switched from excited to shocked in a matter of seconds: What happened? This can't be real life? Did he step out? He totally stepped out, right?
As the replay played over and over on the brand new mega screens in the end zones, fans began to breathe easier as it was clear that the Broncos player stepped out—but when the official made the call that the play would "stand," any remaining air was let out of the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
Game over. Broncos win.
Soon, the Twittersphere and Facebook was flooded with videos and images of the Broncos player stepping out and a few other things the officials missed on the blocked PAT, but the game was over and nothing could be done about it.
Even Broncos reserve quarterback Austin Davis knew the Broncos snuck out of New Orleans with a win as a result of a "terrible call."
See for yourself below.
Did he step out? Do you believe the NFL will look at making any changes as a result of this play? Will they even address the controversy?
Sound off in the comments now!