Los Angeles Rams' Aqib Talib offers his thoughts on controversial NFC title game no-call as rematch looms

The Los Angeles Rams and the New Orleans Saints have a rematch of the NFC Championship on Sunday and the controversial blown pass interference call is something that will loom over the game.

The referees missed a blatant pass inference penalty on Rams cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman as he was trying to defend a pass heading toward Saints receiver Tommylee Lewis. Robey-Coleman wasn’t flagged on the play and the Rams ended up winning the game and going to the Super Bowl.

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At least one Rams player believes the play doesn’t matter.

“That's a New Orleans problem,” Los Angeles cornerback Aqib Talib told ESPN on Wednesday. “It's not an L.A. problem.”

Eyes have been on Robey-Coleman going to the game. He and the Rams have repeatedly admitted that a penalty should have been called.

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“Never disputed it,” he said. “I'm on record. Told it how it was from the time that it happened until now. I never went against what I said. Just was clear and honest.”

Robey-Coleman said he’s watched the play between 4,000 and 5,000 times.

The play spoiled a great season for the Saints, enraged fans and even sparked a lawsuit.

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There’s no telling what will happen come Sunday.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.