The salt in and around New Orleans has reached dangerous levels just days after the debacle in the NFC Championship game.
The wounds of that game aren’t even close to being healed yet as Saints fans have been adamant their team was robbed following a blown pass interference call that would’ve no doubt secured them a spot in this year’s Super Bowl in Atlanta.
It’s safe to say that the entire state of Louisiana is not thrilled to watch the New England Patriots take on the Los Angeles Rams.
Luckily for some of them, they won’t have to.
Some New Orleans bars and restaurants have decided they won’t partake in the Super Bowl festivities and will refuse to broadcast the game. In its place, they’ll be replaying the 2010 Super Bowl, according to Chad Calder of the New Orleans Advocate.
Tracey’s Original Irish Channel Bar, Vaughan’s Lounge in Bywater and Magazine Street’s Dat Dog are among the businesses that will show the Saints’ 2010 Super Bowl win instead instead of the game in Atlanta.
If you haven’t figured it out yet, Super Bowl XLIV was won by the Saints who defeated the Indianapolis Colts 31-17.
The 2019 NFC Title game is something that won’t soon be forgotten in the city of New Orleans.