Karma? Vikings fans erupt in joy as Saints lose NFC Championship Game in overtime to Rams

Vikings fans love celebrating the Saints' heartbreak.
Author:
Publish date:

The next best thing to winning a Super Bowl might be watching the New Orleans Saints be victimized by a bad call and then lose the NFC Championship Game in overtime. 

Sound familiar? It's exactly what happened to the Vikings against the Saints in the 2009 NFC title game, when BountyGate was born and the Saints walked into the Super Bowl on a game-winning field goal by Garrett Hartley. 

This time around, the Saints were hit by a non-call with less than 90 seconds to play that would've sealed a victory and send them to Super Bowl 53, but instead the flags didn't fly and the Rams broke their hearts with a 57-yard field goal to win it in overtime. 

How sweet it is, Vikings fans .... especially since the Vikings put a miracle on them to end their season last year. 

Next Up

EDL1LeKXsAEeH32

How high can Rashod Bateman go in the 2021 NFL Draft?

The Gophers star receiver has plenty of praise heading into next April.

TCF Bank Stadium

15 more from Gopher football team test positive for COVID-19

That brings the total number of cases from this outbreak to 40.

Teddy Bridgewater

5 questions for Vikings-Panthers Week 12 NFC battle

The Vikings welcome Teddy Bridgewater back to U.S. Bank Stadium on Sunday.

police lights

Shelter-in-place in Albert Lea after police officer shot in the chest

The officer was able to drive to an emergency room.

En-KfRaXEAEbuE7

St. Paul officer shoots man who got out of dumpster, ran towards police

A report says the man was naked and had a steak knife.

Screen Shot 2020-11-28 at 6.58.11 PM

Gophers dominate second half to defeat Loyola-Marymount

Marcus Carr scored 26 to send the Gophers to 2-0.

Ambulance hospital emergency

Kandiyohi Co. man airlifted after hand caught in corn picker

Corn pickers are a common cause of farm accidents.

White tail deer

DNR: Passenger shot at deer out of driver's side window

The DNR said 'all sense of safety was disregarded.'

Screen Shot 2019-07-18 at 9.10.30 AM

Mpls council proposal would cut nearly $8M from 2021 police budget

The "Safety for All Budget Plan" was introduced Friday.

Related