A Louisiana optometry apply provided free eye exams for NFL referees after Sunday night time’s recreation between the Saints and Rams.
After rallying from an early 13-zero deficit, the Rams surprised the New Orleans Saints with Greg Zuerlein’s 57-yard subject aim in additional time for a 26-23 victory in the NFC championship recreation Sunday — an end result which may not have been attainable with out an egregious mistake by the officials in the closing minutes of regulation.
After the controversial loss, an eye fixed care enterprise in Covington, La. posted on their Fb web page providing free eye exams to all NFL referees.
A Texas imaginative and prescient middle additionally provided up a deal on Twitter, “We want to prolong free eye exams and glasses to any NFL referee in need. You realize who you’re.”
In mild of the atrocious lack of calls through the New Orleans Saints recreation we want to prolong free eye exams and glasses to any NFL referee in want.
You already know who you’re.
— CrystalVisionCenter (@CrystalVisionCS) January 21, 2019
Sunday’s recreation will long be remembered for the decision that wasn’t on Drew Brees’ cross to Tommylee Lewis inside the 5-yard line.
Crushed badly on the play, Rams cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman leveled Lewis lengthy before the ball arrived — with a helmet-to-helmet hit, no much less. Everyone at the Superdome knew it was a penalty. Everybody, that’s, besides two officers who have been staring proper at it.
Their flags stayed tucked of their pockets, forcing the Saints to accept Wil Lutz’s 31-yard area objective that made it 23-20 with 1:41 left in regulation.
“Got here to the sideline, seemed on the football gods and was like, ‘Thanks,'” Robey-Coleman stated. “I obtained away with one tonight.”