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Atlanta Falcons fans woke up to a harsh reminder when checking their calendars today of what once was on that fateful night of February 7th.
Today’s date of 3/28/17 coincides perfectly the the Patriots having just 3 points to the Falcons’ 28 with 17 minutes remaining in Super Bowl LI. We all know how that one ended.
Social media wasn’t going to pass up this opportunity to remind them.
HAPPY 3-28 DAY! THE FALCONS BLEW A 28-3 LEAD IN SUPER BOWL LI! pic.twitter.com/kkQQ847KsO
— Raza *-(45-28) (@razau_) March 28, 2017
Today is 3/28. Happy Falcons Day! pic.twitter.com/9MJfQgWBub
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) March 28, 2017
People all over Twitter wishing each other a Happy Falcons Day on this date of 3-28-17
Time Remaining: 17 minutes pic.twitter.com/MhMcMqwicJ
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) March 28, 2017
Today is 3/28/17
Patriots – 3
Falcons – 28
Minutes left – 17
If I’m a Falcons fan, I just log out for the day.
— Andrew Claudio (@Claudio_GSN) March 28, 2017
In honor of it being 3/28, I will gladly remind falcons fans all day today what a precious set of numbers those are. Happy 3-28 everybody!😂 pic.twitter.com/2ozgWBIgJC
— FIND OUR BLACK WOMEN (@D_McBucketssss) March 28, 2017
All of Twitter trolling Falcons fans with this Happy 3-28 hashtag. pic.twitter.com/WaJLGnkN6G
— The Shadow League (@ShadowLeagueTSL) March 28, 2017
— 🎶🖤🎧 RK ♠️♥️♣️ (@HeartEyes4Brady) March 28, 2017
Happy 31st bday to @LadyGaga!
She was born on 3-28.
She performed at the #SuperBowl.
Patriots were down 28-3.
Falcons blew a… 😊
— Only In Boston (@OnlyInBOS) March 28, 2017
Falcons fans waking up and looking at the date pic.twitter.com/uGKKMTw7p0
— Patriots Militia (@PatsMilitia) March 28, 2017
Happy 3-28 Day!! RT to ruin a falcon fans day pic.twitter.com/OpaFBxQvlm
— Black People Vines (@BIackPplVids) March 28, 2017
Happy Atlanta Falcons blown lead day! pic.twitter.com/h0dh7TH2VN
— NFL Memes (@NFL_Memes) March 28, 2017
Even the division rival Carolina Panthers hopped in on the trolling, posting this photo, which was soon after deleted (perhaps when they realized they didn’t make the playoffs last season).
— Barlow (@Chris_Barlow57) March 28, 2017