Typically, I wouldn't be able to muster much enthusiasm for the NFL playoffs that Falcons did not qualify for, but this year is different. Watching the Saints blow it against Rams in the NFC Championship has become the gift that continues to give.
I'm not talking about sacred fans who have used the better part of two solid years that tweeting a variation of "lol 28-3" at Falcon's fans, just being sour on the net that their team lost. I do not even suggest that holy fans should not be mad that their team lost. The blown call was not the only reason why the Saints were beaten, but it was genuine. Being sour makes sense, and if it happened to the Falcons, I would definitely be tweeting through it.
And hi, are they ever angry. Harry Connick Jr. boycott the Super Bowl and shared the evil online letter he wrote to Roger Goodell on Instagram. And a church in New Orleans offers the opportunity for to dissatisfied holy fans to work through their frustration by throwing a criminal flag on Sunday services.
But these fine people are not happy to throw flags around and be angry online. They also do a lot of absurd things in real life in their quest for justice, and today it seems like a good time to save in it and laugh at all this ridicule.
They claim NFL
A New Orleans personal injury lawyer, Frank DeAmico, filed a suit in the Louisiana Civil District Court on behalf of sacred season ticket holders who claim the loss that caused them irreparable damage.
Damages for the Saints' ticket holder against Roger Goodell and the NFL include:
Mental Anxiety and Emotional Trauma
Confidentiality in the NFL
Loss of Pleasure
Loss of Entertainment
19659008] Disruption of the Game
– Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) January 22, 2019
Keep in mind that Rams did not snatch the Lombardi Trophy out of Drew Brees & # 39; hands in a dark alley or something. They beat them in a football game by keeping the Saints at field targets on three drives and making games – especially an overtime stopper that killed the hellish chances of winning and the winning field goal – when it came.
This is definitely an involuntary lawsuit and there is no chance of succeeding at any level, even though Brian Beversluis over on Cat Scratch Reader mapped out how it might look if they won. But it did not prevent the holy fans from attempting to sue the NFL to give them their way because their feelings are hurt, cursed, and they demand justice for those who are suffering in emotions.
They started a petition to get the game played again
Yes, you read it correctly. From Posten Change.org:
Timing of Championship Weekend is conscious. League gives teams two weeks between their conference title and the actual Super Bowl to give players time to rest, restore, prepare for the Super Bowl opponent, and travel to the Super Bowl town.
Making the frame play another game this Sunday would create an undeveloped competitive advantage for the patriots, and we all know it is the last thing the patriots need or should have remote control. There is no chance in hell, the league would even briefly consider making the frames and the saints play again this Sunday just because the holy fans are crooked.
They bought billboards in Atlanta
You know it must crush for sacred fans to know they had a shot to win a Super Bowl in the Falcons' stadium. The trolling would never be completed. Therefore, a sacred fan bought several billboards in Atlanta to cry about the outcome of the NFC Championship Game.
Billboards that say things like "Saints were robbed" and "NFL bleaux that" (which reads as it sounds like "blows" instead of "blown," terrible choice of words) will accomplish exactly what make sacred fans look like a bunch of real dorks.
They will use our political system to force the league's hand
This is just amazing.
NY: @RepRichmond tells me that he has spoken to his counterparts anti-trust maintenance policy to retrieve Roger Goodell and the NFL to answer Qs about wind @Saints Mike DeBonis (@mikedebonis) January 23, 2019
Is it strange that the league has not said anything publicly to date about the blown call? Yes. But does that mean that holy fans should force Roger Goodell to testify to any court committee about it? No, no.
But holy fans in the political world are incredibly stubborn. Indeed, Bill Cassidy, a Louisiana republican senator, broke down the controversial no-call with a game at the Senate Bundle.
This man, chosen by the Louisiana people and paid by the taxpayer like you and I, does what you know, the real work for his Washington DC board members, looks serious, it was a good idea to stand on the Senate's floor and approach our government leaders to talk about his salinity about the outcome of a football game and call everyone to see it on a bunch of drunks.
Much went on Friday morning. A close relative of the president, Roger Stone, was arrested by FBI agents appearing at his door at. 6. All aircraft were founded at LaGuardia because they did not have enough air traffic controller to keep the aircraft running because of the government interruption ended later on Friday.
Federal workers lacked another paycheck, and some have to resort to food banks because they cannot afford to eat and feed their families otherwise. But yes, let's burn all that, because we want to hear about how you are a wound loser, Senator Cassidy.
They come up with wild-ass conspiracy theories
It may not be that the judges missed a call because of angles and human error. No no no. This is a great conspiracy to make holy fans sad.
That's what sacred fans believe, anyway, and that's why they break down video to try to prove the interaction between the judges near the error and file the case because they think Roger Goodell has a personally vendetta against them and rigged the outcome.
In fact, it was just a blown call. Officiating is often terrible around the NFL and other leagues, and there are a lot of blown calls in each game. It sucks for sacred fans, but it happens and there is no conspiracy involved.
They may possibly have a parade anyway, during the Super Bowl
Chris Roberts, a great councilor in Jefferson Parish, has an idea.
Mardi Gras is late this year. I'm a game if my colleagues are to have a sacred parade coordinated with Orleans and Jefferson.
I'll try to show interest from my colleagues in Jefferson and NOLA tomorrow. We were supposed to have the parade under the Superbowl.
– Chris Roberts (@jpcouncilchris) January 21, 2019
A live look at my reaction to it:
Bars do not show the Super Bowl in New Orleans
They will show Saints & # 39; victory over Colts after the 2009 season instead.
To remember, Sean Payton was suspended for a full season and General Manager Mickey Loomis earned an eight-game suspension because the team was found to run a bounty program during his run to the Super Bowl. Gregg Williams and Joe Vitt also earned suspensions for their roles in the scandal.
It may actually be the funniest part of all this if you think about it. The Saints are OGs of harmless trips to Super Bowls. They are sour on one hit that should have been flagged for their team literally and deliberately trying to hurt people to win, and that helped them get a Lombardi.
All this is particularly rich from a fan base that blew whistles throughout the NFC Championship Game to confuse Rams, not to mention whole bounty things. It's ironic as hell they think this Super Bowl deserves a star.
They have made new logos for the Super Bowl LIII
. It is said that this is from The lawyer an actual real newspaper:
And fans are not finished.
Now we also know how to make funny pictures.