In just a few hours the Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots will take the field at Mercedes-Benz Stadium from Atlanta for Super Bowl LIII. Thousands of fans from both teams will flood the stadium to watch their teams do battle.
Meanwhile, the fans of the New Orleans Saints are second-lining through the streets in protest of the NFC Championship game.
The Saints, of course, were victims of a blow call during the final few minutes of the game that may have cost the team a shot at the Super Bowl.
Here’s video of Saints fans taking their anger to the streets.
Video: Thousands of Saints fans second-line through downtown in a massive display of festive anger. pic.twitter.com/CK5Nedxnr7
— Michael DeMocker (@MichaelDeMocker) February 3, 2019
Of course, this could be just another Sunday in New Orleans as they celebrate life in Louisiana.
Saints fans have a reason to angry after NFL commissioner Roger Goodell admitted the referees made a mistake during the game, but there was no recourse coming for the team or its fans.
New Orleans should be playing the Patriots in the Super Bowl, but instead, fans are resigned to showing their anger by taking to the streets.
New England and Los Angeles, meanwhile, are set for at 6:30 p.m. ET kickoff. The game will be broadcast on CBS with Jim Nantz and Tony Romo on the call.