Front page of Monday's New Orleans newspaper asks 'What Super Bowl?'
The front page of the newspaper in New Orleans on Monday accurately captured the feelings of Saints fans still upset about a missed call in the NFC Championship game.
An empty Times-Picayune front page only asked a simple question: "Super Bowl? What Super Bowl?"
The city and its fans are still upset about the missed pass interference call in the final seconds of the title game against the Rams. The NFL admitted after the game it made a mistake, but that did little to soothe the anger of people.
Along the bottom of the front page, only two stories were teased. A recap of the game was labeled "Super Boring."
Saints fans protested and partied on Sunday as they vowed to not watch the game. A massive second-line made its way through downtown New Orleans in what the newspaper termed a "display of festive anger."