Saints Fans Sue Over Playoff Loss After Controversial No-Call

By Zachary Zagger (January 22, 2019, 9:27 PM EST) -- New Orleans Saints fans are looking to take legal action to reverse Sunday's overtime playoff loss to the Los Angeles Rams after a controversial decision by the referees not to call a pass interference penalty late in the game may have cost the Saints a spot in Super Bowl LIII.

A pair of Saints season ticket holders on Tuesday filed a petition in Louisiana state court on behalf of other ticket holders and the "New Orleans Saints National Fanbase a/k/a The Who Dat Nation" seeking to force the National Football League and commissioner Roger Goodell to take action, including potentially reversing...

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