Jameis Winston changed the playcall on the final play of Sunday’s NFL game between the New Orleans Saints and the Atlanta Falcons, igniting a heated exchanged between the two teams’ coaches.

With a 41-17 lead with just over a minute remaining in Sunday’s game, the Saints lined up in a victory formation prepared to kneel out the clock. However, instead of taking a knee, the Saints handed the ball off to running back Jamaal Williams, who scored to extend the lead to 48-17.

In his postgame presser, Saints head coach Dennis Allen apologized for the touchdown and said he called for a kneel-down. The players, he said, went off on their own. Winston, the Saints’ quarterback on the play, apologized to Allen but also told reporters in the locker room he had no regrets.

“It was a team decision,” Winston said, per FOX 8’s Garland Gillen. “I asked the guys, like, ‘Guys, what do you want to do?’ We know how much Jamaal means to this team. And I understood from D.A.’s perspective. D.A. didn’t condone that at all. However, we decided as a team to do it.

“Man, we got an interception to the 1-yard-line. So, if we would have scored (on the interception), would it still have been disrespectful?”

Asked if the final score might linger in the minds of Falcons players, Winston didn’t seem worried.

“I think it should be forgotten, especially when the score is already 41-17. So, I don’t know how much worse it can get,” Winston said. “I didn’t want to disrespect (Falcons coach Arthur Smith), that was not my intention. My intention was to lead the team that I’ve been with the entire year, and we made a collective decision that we wanted to get one of our guys … in the endzone. And I’m gonna feel good about that.”

No regrets from Winston.