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The Front Page Times Picayune In New Orleans Today Has Amazing Super Bowl Headline
Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports
Here was the front page of the Times Picayune in New Orleans Monday morning...
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Kentucker62 months
Sometimes bitterness is appropriate.
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kjntgr62 months
Get over you douches!,
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eugene1928LSU62 months
I'm a who dat and they were robbed. But as I reflect on the opportunities the Saints had after the missed PI, helmet to helmet call, they still plenty of opportunity to win after they kicked the go ahead FG. Not stopping the Rams from tying the game and worst of all, Brees INT in OT. Reminds me of the atm game, no defensive stops to win the game. As the Eagles song goes, "Get over it"! Who Dat and TIGER Nation.
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la champ162 months
Should not have to win the game twice. It’s hard enough to win it once. Especially against a very talented team. “OT”? Game would have never made it to OT if the proper and obvious call is made. Fans have a right to “not get over it”, until they are ready to move on.
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Walt OReilly62 months
Time to get over it
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TarponKing62 months
NO
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JackieTreehorn62 months
So they wasted their front page to show how much they didnt care about the Super Bowl by focusing on the super bowl.
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LesnarF562 months
Priceless!
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nofear6762 months
It was a feeling shared by many outside of NOLA. Many did not watch the Super Bowl and the ratings proved that as well.
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Jwils62 months
Scumbag media are crediting low numbers to a boycott in support of Kapernick though.
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RogerTempleton62 months
Yawn the tears are getting old. Get over it
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Thankfully though, you came by and weighed in with your opinion. The world is much better off for this.
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