The saints will ram the rams and reach the Super Bowl. Here are 5 reasons why.

1. The advantage of the dome field is not a myth

The Superdome atmosphere is guaranteed electric. With Drew Brees and Sean Payton, who are asking Saints fans to make the noise all week, I expect four quarters of relentless sounds and rage.

The saints thrive in this element. Especially quarterback Drew Brees. Nobody creates chaos like # 9. He manages the chaos better than any live quarterback. His passer rating in eight home games this season was exceptional at 129.1

Trust me, the Rams and Jared Goff are not ready for what to expect. There are only a few.

Ask the Minnesota Vikings.

The last time the Saints played an NFC Championship game at the Superdome, the Vikings played the Saints for four quarters. They dominated both sides of the ball, outperforming the Saints 31-15 in first downs and 475-257 in total yards. And they still lost.

They lost because they had mistakes at crucial times and the saints took every opportunity.

There is a reason why the Saints won six consecutive finals in the Payton Brees era.

Over three hours of sensory fire demand opponents. Finally, the focus loses and errors occur.

It's no coincidence that the Steelers fumbled twice in Week Four in the fourth quarter and Alshon Jeffrey sent a perfect pass in the last few minutes in the last few minutes.

The Superdome mysticism is real.

If the Rams did not find out in week 9, they will be Sunday.