NEW ORLEANS – Given the final verdict, Marcus Peters can now have his gumbo and eat it, too.
The bragging rights belong to the embattled Rams cornerback, roasted by Michael Thomas on his last visit to the Superdome but a big-time winner in the NFC title game.
Sure enough, in the festive visitor’s locker room after L.A. extinguished the Saints 23-20 in overtime, the first two lockers off the entrance belonged to Peters and his partner-in-cornerback-skill, Aqib Talib.
“We didn’t see none of this today!” Peters crowed, as he stood and flexed his biceps to mimic the pose that Thomas often uses for in-your-face celebrations.
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Talib hopped up from his stall. Then he looked at Peters and flexed his biceps, too.
“None of this today!” Talib repeated.
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