It’s been almost two weeks since the New Orleans Saints were robbed of the opportunity to play in Super Bowl 53 against the New England Patriots when refs didn’t throw a flag on an obvious pass interference by Los Angeles Rams cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman.
The players, the fans, and damn near the entire state of Louisiana has been raging about it ever since, including Michael Thomas.
On Wednesday, Roger Goodell informed reporters that he spoke with the Saints and the players about that controversy, even though the league never came out and addressed it publicly.
The Saints wide receiver jumped on Twitter and blasted the commissioner for not telling the truth.
If you’re not in tune with the lingo used, “Kap” or “Cap” means lie. Basically Thomas is telling Goodell to stop lying.
He continued with the next tweet.
That NFC Title game is not something that is going to be forgotten anytime soon, especially if the Rams win it all.