By Rod Walker | The Advocate
It's been a week now.
Chances are, you still haven't gotten over it.
Chances are, you never will.
This time next week, it'll feel even worse as you watch (if you can even stand to do so) the Los Angeles Rams (instead of the New Orleans Saints) playing the New England Patriots in Super Bowl 53.
You might still even be confused by some of it.
Here are a few answers and best guesses to some of the questions and comments that have been expressed over the past week since the "no call."
Why won't Saints fans just let it go? They aren't the first team to lose on a bad call.
Nope, they aren't. But you'll have a hard time finding a worse call at a worse time in a game where the stakes were so high. The petitions, the billboards, the plans to boycott the Super Bowl seem like acts of desperation. But the fan bases of any of the other 31 teams would have the same reaction if it happened to their team. OK, maybe not the Patriots, who have made trips to the Super Bowl an annual event. ...
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