Marques Colston Threw A Forward Pass To End The Saints' Season (VIDEO)

Marques Colston ended the New Orleans Saints' season in bizarre fashion

Down 23-15 to the Seahawks in their Divisional Round playoff game, the Saints had the ball near midfield with only 13 seconds left in the game and no timeouts. On third down, Saints quarterback Drew Brees dropped back and completed a pass to Colston inside Seattle's 40. Standing right next to the sideline with seven seconds left, Colston could have stepped out of bounds to stop the clock and give the Saints another play. Instead, the eight-year veteran took a couple a step back and threw a sidearm pass across the field -- and nearly five yards forward -- in an apparent lateral attempt to running back Travaris Cadet. The play was whistled dead with two seconds left.

An official threw a flag for an illegal forward pass, resulting in an automatic 10-second run off and ended the game. The Seahawks advanced to the NFC Championship Game.

Colston wasn't in the mood to talk to reporters after the game, per ESPN NFL Nation's Mike Triplett. As for some of those who saw the final play, they couldn't help but post their reactions to Colston's blunder on Twitter.



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