Saints Special Teams Coach Westhoff On No-Call: It's 'A Very, Very Difficult Thing'

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January 22, 2019 - 4:23 pm
Nickell Robey-Coleman breaks up a pass intended for Tommylee Lewis during the fourth quarter of the NFC Championship game at Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

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Much has been said about Sunday's infamous non-call heard around the world.

With just under two minutes remaining in the fourth quarter of the NFC Championship Game, Los Angeles Rams CB Nickell Robey-Coleman took out Saints WR Tomylee Lewis prior to the ball arriving. While the play was a blatant pass interefence, something even Robey-Coleman admitted after the game, the refs failed to make the call and eventually the Rams defeated the Saints in overtime.

Two days have passed since the no-call, yet members of the Saints are still in absolute shock over the unfortunate turn of events in Sunday's game.

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Saints special teams coach Mike Westhoff joined "Mike's On" Tuesday to discuss the gut-wrenching end to the NFC Championship Game.

"To see something that frustrating get handled in that regard..." Westhoff said to Mike Francesa about the lack of a pass interference call. "As we look back at a game, there are highs and lows, ebbs and flows to every game that we can all look back at and say, 'Yeah we wish we had done this.' But at the same time, that's all part of it. But then to see it culminate in that fashion is just so frustrating... 

"That's just a very, very difficult thing. I would imagine that it will be addressed in a fashion that it can never happen again."

Check out Westhoff's entire interview on "Mike's On" below.