You may remember Saints wide receiver Willie Snead from one, or both. of New Orleans’ losses to the Atlanta Falcons last season. Willie Snead doesn’t seem to remember those losses, because he’s still talking about the Falcons’ Super Bowl LI loss.
Snead took to Twitter to throw some shade at the Falcons. It all started with this tweet, back on February 5.
Carolina couldn't do it last year, the Dirty Birds Blew It this year.. Whodat Nation, We Up! Let's Go! #Whodat #OurYear— Willie Snead IV (@Willie_Snead4G) February 6, 2017
Friday, in a tweet that has since been deleted, he referenced the blown lead. How original.
Falcons fans didn’t love it.
RT: @SlopingGiraffe— J Keith Hall (@JKHallATL) April 6, 2017
.@Willie_Snead4G - "It's our year!"@Keanu_Neal - "nah bruh" pic.twitter.com/qt7Z6CfqnQ
— Carlton (@SlopingGiraffe) Apri…
And Snead responded.
Love It ! Thanks for the Motivation #TrustGod https://t.co/bkiURVMcqd— Willie Snead IV (@Willie_Snead4G) April 7, 2017
Then Willie Snead retweeted this, apparently forgetting that finishing 7-9 is also trash.
@Foreign_camm @Jake09Brown @Willie_Snead4G 0-2 in the SB... Now that's trash.— #WhoDat4Life (@WD4L_SaintsVids) April 7, 2017
This was the icing on the cake.
@JordanNoDiddy_ @Willie_Snead4G You and the Falcons won the same amount of super bowls too— Name cannot be blank (@DimitricV1) April 7, 2017
You know who else won the same number of Super Bowls as the Falcons did last season? Willie Snead and the Saints. But the Falcons didn’t finish 7-9.
Snead signed with the Saints as an undrafted free agent in 2015 and has yet to play in a postseason game with the Saints. New Orleans finished 7-9 in 2015 and 2016, and while it’s not unheard of to make the postseason as a 7-9 division winner, the Saints did not win the NFC South in either of those seasons. New Orleans hasn’t made the postseason since 2013. Bless their hearts.