Super Bowl tickets have have reportedly dropped since the NFC and AFC Championship games were settled last weekend.  The Patriots and Rams match-up has apparently not created a ton of buzz among fans.

The combination of Patriots fatigue and the lack of travel by the Rams fan base are being blamed.

Via Biz Journals:

TicketIQ reported Tuesday that prices for tickets to the Big Game set for Feb. 3 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium have declined 17 percent since Sunday’s conference championship victories — the Patriots and Rams defeating the Kansas City Chiefs and New Orleans Saints, respectively. Also, the inventory of available Super Bowl tickets on the secondary market hasn’t been this high since 2016.

Saints running back Alvin Kamara and receiver Michael Thomas both had some thought on the news and issued responses on Twitter.

If they wanted to play in the Super Bowl, maybe they should have protected Drew Brees better in overtime.  Oh yeah, we’re ignoring that.  We’re blaming the referees for New Orleans’ loss.