While Sean McVay felt bad for the New Orleans Saints on the referees no-call on an obvious pass interference penalty, the Los Angeles Rams saw a blatant no-call against them on their previous drive.

A.J. Klein grabbed Jared Goff’s facemack, which would have given the Rams a first down on the Saints’ one-yard line to take a 24-20 lead. 

The Rams instead tied the game with a field goal.

“When you slow it down, clearly you can see some of the things that took place. If you want to do that on every single play, though, there’s a lot of instances. You want to slow some things down with a facemask on Goff, some different things,” McVay said. “What we try to do a good job of understanding is that it is an imperfect game.”

McVay also reflected on the no-call on pass interference.

“I’m not going to sit here and say there clearly wasn’t a little bit of contact before that ball actually arrived,” Rams coach Sean McVay said Monday. “But whether he catches it or not, there’s a lot of things that go into that. … I feel bad for when it occurred in the framework of the game, but I thought (Saints coach) Sean (Payton) said it best: There’s a lot of other opportunities, and there’s a lot of things that do dictate and determine the outcome of the game.”

The NFL needs to fix the replay system, at least in playoff games. 

You can’t have a call like that directly affect the outcome of the game. 

Definitely missed calls on both sides, but that one was too obvious to miss. 

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