New Orleans Saints Fans March Through City in #BoycottBowl Protest

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Published on February 4, 2019 - Duration: 01:31s

New Orleans Saints Fans March Through City in #BoycottBowl Protest

Fans of football team New Orleans Saints marched through the streets of New Orleans, Louisiana on February 3 to boycott the NFL Superbowl final.

Saints fans are opting out of Super Bowl LIII after a controversial call in the NFC Championship game on January 20 that ended their team’s chance at a place in the final.

The #BoycottBowl protest takes place as the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams battle it out today in Super Bowl LIII.

April Euper shared footage of fans filling Fulton Street, New Orleans, in solidarity with the Saints.

Saints fans say the referee failed to throw a penalty flag on a pass interference by Nickell Robey-Coleman in the fourth quarter, setting the Rams up for victory in overtime and earning them a spot in the Super Bowl.

Credit: April Euper via Storyful

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