On Tuesday, the NFL tweeted out its first full-game video, taking advantage of Twitter's new rules allowing long-form videos. Let's just say, their choice of which game to show proved a bit controversial. At least for Atlanta Falcons fans.
Here's the tweet:
UPDATE: The NFL has taken the tweet down.
Here are some of the responses to it:
That will always be a painful memory for Falcons fans. They led 21-0 in the final minute of the first half, 21-3 at halftime and 28-3 with 2:10 left in the third quarter. The Patriots ripped off 25 consecutive points to tie it. The got to within two with 57 seconds remaining in regulation on a one-yard James White touchdown run, then tied it with a Brady pass to Danny Amendola for a two-point conversion. They won the game at the 11:02 mark in overtime on a two-yard run from White.
It was wasn't the biggest comeback in NFL history numerically, but it undoubtedly the greatest comeback of all-time when you consider the moment. And, on the other side, the greatest collapse. And Falcons fans just had to relive it.