Thousands of Saints fans left feeling totally crestfallen Superdom following New Orleans’ loss of overtime for the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Championship Game on Sunday – a feeling that almost all relate diehard fan of sports. But if the owners Autohaus Matt Bowers in the morning did not wake up less upset about the outcome of the game, he chose an outlet for his feelings to find. Bowers, like many of his fellow saints fans, the feeling that the team had been stolen from a trip to the Super Bowl in 2019, in a speech passage is not questionable call late in the fourth quarter. “I went from [the stadium] with 75,000 people, regardless of their origin or age, you can look someone in the eye across the room and you knew exactly how she felt at that moment. As I felt the same. I think the feeling overwhelming was helpless. Everyone had only seen what has happened and what it meant for our city and our team, and there was simply nothing we could do, “he said at the time. “So I said, what can I do? How can I let someone know how I feel?” So while some saints were fans of deposit causes or Change.org petitions start, Bowers has chosen a series of posters around Atlanta area for rent Mercedes-Benz Stadium to express his displeasure. By transmitting messages such as “Saints were robbed” and “NFL Bleaux It” in the city where the Super Bowl will be held on February 3, Bowers says that reaches the championship for what he saw as an error of blatant officiating, “And ‘bigger than my team lost. I think that 55 million people around the world, in real time, witnessed what happened. they threw their flag – the sofa, the bar from Kansas City, where they were, “he said. “And I think you will never convince me about it, go to professionals paid by the NFL to do sent the game somehow did not see what that had to be 55 million simple and obvious people. So it is my opinion that the situation in this game, which ended the game would affect the call. I think people deserve to know the truth, and I do not think I’m alone in thinking that … .I am about to say what I think of millions and millions of people who support and they believe. It ‘just happened to be holy. It could be any team. ” The Rams are the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl game on February 3 LIII.