The Jacksonville Jaguars hilariously called out the Atlanta Falcons for blatantly copying a graphic shared over social media.
In an attempt to apologize to their fanbase, the Atlanta Falcons Twitter account made a classic Internet faux pas: they straight-up copied someone else’s idea.
Following another brutal loss, the Falcons are starting their season 0-2 — an ominous omen for a team that has been plagued by mediocrity and blown leads.
The Falcons blew it again when they apologized on Twitter Monday, blatantly copying a similar post by the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Jacksonville Jaguars troll Atlanta Falcons over plagiarized Twitter apology
This isn’t the first time the Falcons have been caught in a Twitter controversy: they’ve been known to exchange virtual blows with their divisional rival, the Carolina Panthers.
When the Falcons debuted redesigned uniforms last season, the Panthers trolled them by comparing the threads to the ones worn by Adam Sandler in his 2005 film, “The Longest Yard.”
The Falcons fired back with a hashtag written in fluent Cam Newton, stoking the flame after the drama surrounding Newton’s then-recent Carolina departure.
Once again, the Falcons are getting roasted on Twitter for copying someone’s style: first Adam Sandler’s look, now the Jaguars.
Like last year, NFL fans from all fandoms chimed in with hilarious takes on the Falcons mishap, noting that neither bottom-of-the-barrel team should be focusing on a Twitter feud.
Twitter seemed to jump in on clowning the Falcons, reminding the world that they’ve never beat Tom Brady and their best bet is a fictional wide receiver from the CW’s football-themed teen drama “All American.”
The tragically-comical franchise is primed for another potential loss versus the New York Giants in Week 3.