Fans of New Orleans Saints call for a repeat of the Sunday NFC championship game after the Rams steal the game with a 26-23 win by a non-pass interference and reach the Super Bowl could.
Nearly 524,000 New Orleans fans signed an online petition to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Monday, who has the authority to allow a rematch if "excessively unfair deeds" affect the outcome of a match.  CONTROVERSAL NON-CLAIM OVERRATING RAMS-SAINTS NFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
"As the referees are unable to properly handle the game, we, as signatories, will enter on Sunday, January 27th new game against LA. "It's the only fair solution to this epic scale travesty."
The controversial appeal came in the fourth quarter, the teams were tied in 20 minutes and remained less than 2 minutes. Rams Cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman clashed with Saints receiver Tommylee Lewis before a Drew Brees pass arrived within the 5-yard line, forcing the Saints to take on Wil Lutz's 31-yard field goal and to settle for a 3-point lead. A pass interference would have given the Saints a first defeat and allowed them to run down the clock before they could possibly hit the field.
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Play in extra time with a 57 yard field goal. New Orleans had the ball in first in the overtime, the quarterback Drew Brees but had a pass, which was intercepted by John Johnson III of L.A. The Rams could only win 15 yards, but this was just enough room for Zuerlein to hit another field and sent his team into Super Bowl 53.