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Saints’ home game atmosphere: wild, crazy

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Black and gold-wearing fans create fun like their team
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There’s no telling what type of gameday gear will be worn when the New Orleans Saints play at the Mercedes Benz Superdome, as evidenced by these fans who were in a Mardi Gras-like mode when the Detroit Lions recently provided NFL wild-card playoff opposition. The fans were treated to a 45-28 victory.

Section 152 of the massive Mercedez Benz Superdome was shaking.

Honestly.

That’s where I was seated for the recent wild-card NFL playoff game between the New Orleans Saints and Detroit Lions.

Instead of doing the normal journalistic gig and sitting high atop in the press box, I decided to evaluate this postseason meeting of the two NFC teams the way a regular fan does.

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