Well, it was worth a shot. A judge has tossed a lawsuit calling for a ‘do-over’ in the Saints-Rams NFC Championship Game. The lawsuit was filed by two Saints season ticket holders, claiming the game should be replayed due to the now-infamous pass interference no-call with less than two minutes left. A U.S. District Judge rejected the lawsuit, saying that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell was not legally compelled to take any action. But Saints fans don’t have to give up hope yet – another class-action lawsuit over the game is still pending. Did the ‘no-call’ end up affecting your excitement for this year’s Super Bowl? Do you think the other lawsuit has a chance of succeeding?