How the latest Falcons failure is playing on Twitter

The Atlanta Falcons are always good for a laugh among New Orleans Saints fans. SAINTSMEMES/INSTAGRAM
The Atlanta Falcons are always good for a laugh among New Orleans Saints fans. SAINTSMEMES/INSTAGRAM

By BILLY JOE JESSUP

The 2018 Atlanta Falcons end-zone wall poster is the biggest failure for the team since Feb. 5, 2017, and it’s such Dirty Bird crap, it makes the illustration at the top of this page look like Picasso on Instagram.

Sports columnist Jeff Duncan of The Times-Picayune in New Orleans says the poster “just might be the single worst piece of art in human history.”

Saints fans are loving Duncan’s hilarious piece because they are the biggest Falcons haters.

Jay Busbee, Yahoo Sports senior writer, calls the poster “some kind of horrific hellbeast.”

The Saints tweeted a link to Duncan’s column.

And Pierre The Pelican came up with this caustic comment: “Hey Atlanta Falcons, why are your nails done so pretty? 💅 We all know you’re never going to wear any rings on those fingers.”

Keep in mind that Pierre represents the New Orleans NBA team, which has the hideous little beast known as the King Cake Baby, but the Baby shows up only for Mardi Gras. The Falcons poster will be around all season long.

The bashing of the Falcons poster started Tuesday and here are links for you to check out (sorry you have to see the poster three times):

Jeff Duncan

Duncan says in his article that the creation comes from Trends International and that the Indianapolis company has made posters for all 32 NFL teams.

Jay Busbee

In another tweet, Busbee provided an International Trends link where fans can see the 2018 posters of all the NFL teams.

Pierre The Pelican

Pierre is quite a funny bird, so much so he came up with this reminder in case you forgot what happened on 2-5-17:

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Written by Billy Joe Jessup

Billy Joe Jessup, 66, is a Mississippi good old boy who saw himself as the Southern Richard Meltzer back in 1974 and 1975. Jessup wrote two satiric sports articles for the rock music magazine Zoo World when he was in his early 20s, but ZW rejected his third article, killing his confidence so much that he battled writer's block for more than four decades until his Guy Hut breakthrough in March 2018.