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  1. NEWS SHOWS LIVE eye doctors offer free exams to NFL refs after blown call in Saints-Rams game BY CAITLIN O'KANEUPDATED ON: JANUARY 23, 2019 / 1:42 PM / CBS NEWS Eye doctors in at least two states have a message for NFL referees: Get your eyes checked. The tongue-in-cheek warning comes after the controversial NFC Championship game on Sunday, in which the Rams beat the Saints.Louisiana Family Eyecare in Covington, Louisiana, clearly took the Saints' loss personally. The office said it is offering free eye exams to league officials before next season, according to CBS Los Angeles. Tommylee Lewis #11 of the New Orleans Saints drops a pass broken up by Nickell Robey-Coleman #23 of the Los Angeles Rams during the fourth quarter in the NFC Championship game.GETTY IMAGES A second vision center in College Station, Texas, is also offering free exams for NFL referees. These comical offers come after a blown call in the fourth quarter of Sunday's game. With 1:49 left to play in a 20-20 game, Saints quarterback Drew Brees threw a pass to Tommylee Lewis. The Rams Nickell Robey-Coleman tackled Lewis well before the arrival of the ball, CBS Sports reports. Spectators, including Robey-Coleman, thought it was pass interference -- but the seven officials on the field apparently did not. New Orleans was in an uproar over the call, which ultimately lead to the Saints' loss. The next day, the headline of the local New Orleans Times-Picayune read "Reffing Unbelievable." The New Orleans Advocate had a similarly infuriated headline: "They Blew The Call." The people of New Orleans are obviously bitter about the call. Hence, Saints fans who happen to be eye doctors are offering up the passive aggressive gift of eye exams for refs. More than 300,000 other upset Saints fans have already signed a petition demanding a replay of the controversial game. Much to Louisiana Family Eyecare's – and every other Saints fan's – dismay, the Rams will face the Patriots in the Super Bowl, which airs February 3 on CBS. First published on January 22, 2019 © 2019 CBS Interactive Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  2. I had forgotten about that. Thanks for the reminder..LOL
  3. I Thinki that had to be a new fan I am sure he didnt know about this.. FNTSY DAILYROTO ROTOEXPERTS PWN Saints Player: “I Pissed On The Falcons Logo” Brad Cohen 10:02 am, December 30th, 2010 Whoa. The Atlanta Falcons shouldn't need any more motivation to beat the New Orleans Saints if the two meet again in the playoffs. A chance to get to the Super Bowl should be enough to get Atlanta ready to play, but just in case, here's a little extra bulletin-board material: after the Saints defense was done dancing and taking pictures on the Falcons logo Monday night, defensive tackle Remi Ayodele told CBS reporter Pete Prisco, "I pissed on the Falcons logo." Not that Ayodele was being literal, but the statement alone could be enough to add fuel to Atlanta's fire. In this video, New Orleans Times Picayune reporter Jeff Duncan echos what several Saints players have said, that there was nothing disrespectful about what went on Monday night. Duncan explains that, for years, the defense, especially the linebackers, have taken photos on opposing teams' logos after big road wins. If that's the case, Ayodele should learn to keep his mouth shut, especially around reporters who want to generate readership. Assuming the Falcons can beat the lowly Carolina Panthers this weekend at home—where they are 6-1—they will lock up the No. 1 seed and home-field advantage throughout the playoffs, while giving their division rivals the No. 5 seed and ensuring that not one playoff game is played at the Super Dome. If they get the job done, the two teams could meet again in Atlanta to earn a trip to the Super Bowl. Regardless of who wins, plenty of photos will be taken on the same logo, but this time to present the NFC championship trophy. Featured Image: (Photo by Andy Kropa/Invision/AP) Famous Urologist Tells All "Its The Best Prostate Solution No One Is Talking About"ProstaGenix Supplement| Sponsored How to get a free sample of the best invisible hearing aidEargo Neo| Sponsored Big Change In South Carolina Leaves Drivers FumingBetter Finances| Sponsored South Carolina Drivers Should Get Familiar With This Recent ChangeQuoteWizard Auto Quotes| Sponsored If Your Dog Licks Its Paws (Do This Every Day)Dr. Marty| Sponsored South Carolina Drivers With No DUI’s Getting A Big Pay DayAuto Savings| Sponsored Thinning Hair? Pour This On Your Head And Watch What HappensJuveTress| Sponsored U.S. Cardiologist: It's Like a Pressure Wash for Your InsidesHealth Headlines| Sponsored 20 Photos That Are Leaving People With More Questions Than AnswersBoredom Therapy| Sponsored Wow: This Was Your Birth Year's Biggest Movie?!?!Topix| Sponsored This Abandoned Castle Holds An Incredible Secret InsideMoney Versed| Sponsored New Find At The Bottom Of The Ocean Leaves Scientists Questioning The City Of AtlantisDomesticatedCompanion| Sponsored Funniest Tweets Of The Super Bowl | Twitter Reacts SB LISportsGrid Von Miller Interview Drowned Out By Raiders Boos (Video)SportsGrid Be the first to know Want FREE Fantasy and Gaming Advice and Savings Delivered to your Inbox? Sign up for our Newsletter. By clicking sign up you are agreeing to our terms of serviceand privacy policy . ESPORTS MATCHUPS Live / 11:01 Asia Minor - IEM Katowice 2019 Renegades Grayhound NFL NASCAR MLB SWIMMING NCAA BASKETBALL About Us Contact Support Terms of Service Privacy Policy DISCLAIMER: This site is 100% for entertainment purposes only and does not involve real money betting or prizes. © 2018 SportsGrid INC.
  4. Tandy you are the best.. I am laughing so hard I am crying...
  5. This stuff is so funny.. I am LMAO Keep it up!!
  6. put up a Billboard 13-0 CRYBABY AINTS
  7. Saints Player: “I Pissed On The Falcons Logo” Brad Cohen 10:02 am, December 30th, 2010 Whoa. The Atlanta Falcons shouldn't need any more motivation to beat the New Orleans Saints if the two meet again in the playoffs. A chance to get to the Super Bowl should be enough to get Atlanta ready to play, but just in case, here's a little extra bulletin-board material: after the Saints defense was done dancing and taking pictures on the Falcons logo Monday night, defensive tackle Remi Ayodele told CBS reporter Pete Prisco, "I pissed on the Falcons logo." Not that Ayodele was being literal, but the statement alone could be enough to add fuel to Atlanta's fire. In this video, New Orleans Times Picayune reporter Jeff Duncan echos what several Saints players have said, that there was nothing disrespectful about what went on Monday night. Duncan explains that, for years, the defense, especially the linebackers, have taken photos on opposing teams' logos after big road wins. If that's the case, Ayodele should learn to keep his mouth shut, especially around reporters who want to generate readership. Assuming the Falcons can beat the lowly Carolina Panthers this weekend at home—where they are 6-1—they will lock up the No. 1 seed and home-field advantage throughout the playoffs, while giving their division rivals the No. 5 seed and ensuring that not one playoff game is played at the Super Dome. If they get the job done, the two teams could meet again in Atlanta to earn a trip to the Super Bowl. Regardless of who wins, plenty of photos will be taken on the same logo, but this time to present the NFC championship trophy.
  8. I Thank the guy name who ran the AOL Falcons board first name was Gerald.
  9. I remember you I was also here and on the AOL Falcons board in the late 90s . We would have a chat with JAM32.com at times..