New Orleans’ Super Bowl Newspaper Cover Is Going Viral

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Clearly, it's going to take a while for the city of New Orleans to get over its NFC Championship Game loss.

After using alternate transportation, I arrived at the riverfront at Spanish Plaza at the foot of Poydras St. shortly before 10 a.m. Tourists line up to hop on the Creole Queen riverboat.

The Saints lost to the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Championship Game on January 20 aided in part an obvious pass-interference penalty that was not called.

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Super Bowl LII earned a 26.1 television rating in the Big Easy, the lowest rating in modern New Orleans history and the lowest rating in the United States.

The New Orleans Saints and their fans remain pretty upset about how things went down in the NFC Championship Game two weeks ago. Yes, during one of the most 'Merican events of the year, every USA automaker sat out actually broadcasting their expected red-white-and-blue celebrity-cameo truck commercials-only Chrysler even gave it a half-try, with almost a dozen ads it posted to the Internet instead of the TV.

Sunday's viewership was down more than 5 million from the previous Super Bowl, when 103.4 million views tuned in to the Philadelphia Eagles' high-scoring 41-33 win over the Patriots.

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