Saints Fans Cling To Hope As "No Call" Review Heads To Court

Saints Fans Cling To Hope As "No Call" Review Heads To Court

January 28, 2019

Saints fans have been endless with their disputes about the no call that was heard around the world two Sundays ago. The no call in question is here:

Saints fans petitioned for the game to be replayed. Critics have argued that the rulebook says the decision can be reviewed. The arguments have been non stop on message boards and online posts. 

But, now, the Saints fans are seeing their complaints come to a head in a courtroom in Louisiana. 

NFL Rule 17 gives the commissioner (Roger Goodell) : “sole authority” to take action over a “calamity” in a game that the commissioner deems “so extraordinarily unfair or outside the accepted tactics encountered in professional football that such action has a major effect on the result of the game.” 

Season ticket holders have been named the plaintiff on the lawsuit and they're trying to legally make the NFL enforce their own rules by court of law.

We shall hear/read about the outcome later today as the hearing was set for noon today.