This game is going to be talked about for YEARS. Sunday's NFC Championship Game was one of the best contests we've seen in recent memory. Behind timely defense, the strong right arm of Jared Goff, and Greg Zuerlein's golden right foot, the Rams just took down the ​Saints for the NFC Championship crown. That's right, L.A. fans, your team is headed to the Super Bowl. Watch as Greg the Leg drilled this 57-yard field goal to win it in overtime:

Holy Toledo, 26-23 for the visitors. The game-winning field goal was set up by a Drew Brees interception on the ​Saints opening drive in overtime. 

Despite the win, controversy will surround this outcome and the Rams. Late in regulation, the refs somehow missed a blatant pass interference against Tommylee Lewis on third down. ​How in the world was this not called? 

Goff finished with 297 yards, one touchdown and one interception. Brandin Cooks led the receivers with seven catches for 107 yards. For the Saints, obviously heartbroken over the loss, Brees tossed for 249 yards and two touchdowns, but his INT in OT will surely haunt him. 

Next up for L.A. is the Super Bowl in two weeks, where they'll face either the Patriots or the Chiefs.