New Orleans Attorney Suing NFL Over Saints Loss To The Rams
The state of Louisiana is mad mad!
Dedicated sports fans are loyal to a great deal especially if they feel their team has been dealt a raw deal.
The state of Louisiana is still feeling the effects of their NFC Championship game as the New Orleans Saints lost to the Los Angeles Rams after a blown pass interference call in the remaining two minutes in the 4th quarter.
According to East Texas Matters, an Attorney in New Orleans has filed a lawsuit against the NFL stating that they must replay the final two minutes of the game to determine the true winner.
Frank D’Amico Jr. is challenging the NFL saying in their rulebook the Commissioner has the authority to have the game replayed if any clubs actions, non-participant interference, or calamity occurs in an NFL game which the commissioner deems so extraordinary unfair or outside the accepted tactics encountered in professional football may have an effect on the result of the game.
Other damages included in the suit just to name a few include mental anguish, emotional trauma and loss of faith in the NFL.
Spoiler alert Saints fans: New England will STILL play the Los Angeles Super Bowl Sunday!