​Super Bowl LIII has finally arrived, as the ​Los Angeles Rams and ​New England Patriots are set to meet in Atlanta for a 6:30p.m. ET kickoff. 


While the Patriots have a plethora of fans in attendance at the game, there are fans of virtually every NFL team at the event. 


Two ​Saints fans were spotted at Mercedes-Benz Stadium ahead of the game, and they were wearing some pretty hilarious jerseys that showed just how salty they still are over the controversial NFC Championship Game against the Rams. 

This is awesome. The final score of 26-23 is represented via the jersey numbers, and the two jerseys read, "Screwed" and "Over." 


No less than two weeks removed from the infamous no-call, Saints fans are still convinced they belong in the Super Bowl. While some Saints fans are at the Super Bowl to...watch and enjoy a spectacle (?), this pair is there to continue their ​protest over the NFC Championship. 


The officiating crew opted not to throw a flag on Nickell Robey-Coleman's illegal hit against Saints wide receiver Tommylee Lewis, allowing the Rams an opportunity to send the game to overtime. 

There's no telling when the city of New Orleans will get over the controversial call, but for now, they will continue to use their voices to let the NFL know they are unsatisfied with the outcome of the NFC Championship. And they are going to pretty great lengths to make themselves heard.