Rams fans get small bit of medicine they've been trying to feed Saints fans for years

Puka Nacua, Los Angeles Rams
Puka Nacua, Los Angeles Rams / Rey Del Rio/GettyImages

The Los Angeles Rams are going home, and some are crying foul, much like the New Orleans Saints have. The Rams won't get any sympathy from Saints fans though.

In the highly publicized return to the Motor City for Matthew Stafford, he and the Los Angeles Rams came up just a little short against their former quarterback Jared Goff and the Detroit Lions. There was a bit of a controversial no-call involving Rams wide receiver Puka Nacua (who had a GAME), that had some up in arms. None of them are fans of the New Orleans Saints however, as Saints fans get to dish out what Rams fans have been feeding them since the 2018 season.

It is sort of funny with Rams fans. It's hard to tell how many are actually in Los Angeles, from St. Louis, or even Cleveland (yes, that's where the franchise started, look it up). It's often the case with sports franchises in the city of angels, but it today's internet age, you have no idea who is saying what from where.

The point is, Rams fans were NOT happy when an incomplete Stafford pass intended for Nacua could have had multiple flags thrown on a key thrid down late in the game.

As you can imagine, the replies are beautiful, and that's on any tweet with this clip in it. The Rams got away with borderline manslaughter against the Rams in the 2018 NFC Championship, in a play that's not even worth diving into the specifics anymore since it's been done to death. Basically, it very well could have cost the Saints a trip to Super Bowl LIII.

Now, the shoe is on the other foot, and Saints fans get to say what Rams fans have been saying to them for five years. "Get over it." Not so fun when the rabbit's got the gun. The funny thing is, this play wasn't nearly as blatant as the one against the Saints.

At the end of the day, the Los Angeles Rams season is over, just like the New Orleans Saints. They just got one extra game. Still, it's somewhat uplifting that the Big Easy and fans across the globe got a nice laugh before the Super Bowl and the long offseason truly begins.