The call (or rather the non-call) that probably prevented the Saints from entering the Super Bowl will continue to appear until the Super Bowl Sunday. Some billboards have already appeared in the Atlanta area, while the owner of a car dealership, Matt Bowers (who owns some dealers in the southeastern United States), has bought a space to let the world know that the Saints should play in the stadium of their great rival.

As the season progressed, Falcon fans were more and more afraid that the Saints could play in the Super Bowl at Mercedes Benz Stadium. When that did not happen, Falcon fans were naturally thrilled.

The billboards said everything from "SAINTS GOT ROBBED" to "NFL BLEAUX IT".

Bowers is an unconditional fan of the Saints, but who knows what "I'm not done yet" means. He could be involved in season ticket holders for class actions are trying to pay against the NFL.

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Of course, all of this is ultimately nothing. The league will not force the teams to replay the game, and the The rams go to the Super Bowl. For Saints fans, however, it's about telling the NFL that it was wrong. The NFL has admitted, but Falcons fans can look at billboards and realize that they have ducked a ball.

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