From MMQB:


We never got the ball in overtime. There were about five plays that could have gone either way; two challenges and two pass interference calls that were questionable. As the Saints lined up for what was the game-winning field goal, I still felt confident we were going to win. But we didn’t.

It's a long, well-written piece by Sage Rosenfels, a backup QB on the 2009 Vikings. If you feel the need to print it out, give yourself a bunch of paper cuts and then pour lemon juice all over it, feel free.

It did get us thinking (ANGRILY) about which was worse: 1998 or 2009. We still think 1998 was much worse, but we'll accept your thoughts in the comments. 

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