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21-plus events for New Orleans Saints fans’ on anti-Super Bowl on Sunday

In New Orleans, Sunday (Feb. 3), will be a day of block parties, second-lines and concerts with neighborhood bars festooned in black and gold as they host New Orleans Saints festivities to celebrate the hometown team.

Everywhere else? It’s just Super Bowl Sunday.

Well before New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees encouraged the team’s fans to take the high road, they were doing just that.

In response to what sports columnist Jeff Duncan called “one of the most egregious non-calls in NFL history,” referring to the lack of a pass-interference penalty in the Jan. 20 NFC Championship game that allowed the Los Angeles Rams to make a comeback and win, New Orleans fans began planning parties.

There is no formal agency pulling this city together. New Orleanians just grabbed an oar and got this city moving in a positive direction.

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Boycott Bowl, New Orleans’ anti-Super Bowl concert, is sold out

The Boycott Bowl, the Super Bowl protest concert on Sunday (Feb. 3), has sold out, according to event co-founder Travis Laurendine. He said more than 3,000 Who Dats have purchased general admission and VIP tickets to the concert on Fulton Street. Though Laurendine hopes to find more space by showtime, at this moment the event has reached capacity.

The NFL-alternative concert, which was founded by Laurendine, Brandon Rizzuto, and “Kango Slimm” Williams, was inspired, of course, by the Saints’ illegitimate loss during THE GAME THAT MUST NOT BE MENTIONED on Jan. 20.

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Saints season ticket holders sue NFL to have end of Saint-Rams game replayed

The world spins forward. But some New Orleans Saints fans want it to go backward.

NBC affiliate WDSU first reported on Monday that a Saints-related lawsuit had been filed in New Orleans Civil District Court. The suit seeks to have NFL commissioner Roger Goodell enforce a rule that would allow the end of the disputed Saints-Los Angeles Rams game to be replayed due to the missed pass interference call late in the fourth quarter. The Saints lost that game in overtime, and many fans blame the missed call.

Lawsuit wants the game replayed

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New Song !! That’s my Saints !

Baton Rouge, LA (January 9, 2019)…Henry Turner, Jr., “That’s My Saints” new single release is now available for download at www.suprememusic2000.com. The song is a tribute to the New Orleans Saints football team. The former Super Bowl 2009 (XLIV) winners are once again in the running for the National Football League’s grand prize after clinching the NFC’s Southern Conference Division Championship. The songs’ sound is based on early New Orleans blues and funk music with zydeco overtones. The single is currently garnering airplay on various radio and television stations in Louisiana.

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Win a shirt signed by Pierre Thomas !

What’s up Who Dat Nation! A great friend of the Who Dat Nation Pierre Thomas gave us a signed Who Dat Nation shirt today for us to give away…. want to know how to win it ??
Email us at contest @ whodatnation.com and tell us what you think the total will be for BOTH teams in tomorrows game. Example – Saints 31 / Rams 17 = 48.
The person who guesses the closest WITHOUT going over wins it’s that simple. See how much the young member of the Who Dat Nation loved the shirt. PS the shirt is an XL adult shirt : )




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Bobby Hebert – Saints can’t play Rams like Eagles – they’ll lose

Many Saints fans were worried about the first quarter struggles against the Eagles, with the Saints quickly falling behind 14-0; but Bobby Hebert says not to worry too much.

“They shouldn’t really be concerned.  As long as you’re within two scores, you shouldn’t be overly concerned.  In the Super Bowl, we were 10 points down to the Colts; and we still won the game.  With the leadership and experience we have, we can handle that type of adversity.”

That said, Hebert is adamant the Saints can’t have a start like that against the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Championship Game.  “You have to get off to a fast start.  That’s going to be critical against a team like the Rams especially.  The Saints are a totally different animal with a fast start compared to what they did against the Eagles.”

Hebert had a word of warning, though.

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