Sean Payton mocks Falcons’ new uniforms, drops perfect 28-3 joke on Atlanta fan
The Falcons have gotten a lot of flack following the release of their new uniforms, and most of it has come from the other teams in their division, especially the Panthers.
But on Thursday, Saints coach Sean Payton delivered the most devastating blow yet.
It all started fairly innocently after Payton replied to a tweet from Atlanta’s official account.
That “Impressive” is loaded with sarcasm.
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One Falcons fan decided he couldn’t let that stand and tried to troll Payton with how he watched Netflix for three days after the Saints lost in the 2019 postseason.
Payton got the last laugh — he had show recommendations and the ultimate subtle takedown.
Weird formatting, and oddly phrased, too. Wait … what happens if you just take the first letter or number of each line?
Payton is referencing the Falcons’ 28-3 lead against the Patriots in Super Bowl LI, which Atlanta lost despite holding a 25-point advantage in the third quarter. It was a crushing loss for the team and its fans, and the most painful moment in Falcons’ history.
His reference to “Houston, we have a problem” is an acknowledgement of where the game was played: NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas.
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The reactions were hilarious:
Ultimately, Payton let us know that it was all in jest.
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