Saints brilliantly troll the Atlanta Falcons ahead of Week 1 matchup

New Orleans Saints (Photo by Cooper Neill/Getty Images)
New Orleans Saints (Photo by Cooper Neill/Getty Images) /

It’s no secret that teams love to troll other teams. Especially those in the same division during the offseason to get everyone riled up before their regular season division matchups. Such is the case with what the New Orleans Saints just did as a brilliant troll to the Atlanta Falcons right in their own home at Caesars Superdome.

As major renovations are being planned for Caesars Superdome in 2023, it was a hilarious sight to see how they advertised how their escalators will be even faster in the future. Not only did they think of a brilliant way to troll the Falcons but they captured a viral moment that will undoubtedly sit well with Saints fans all across the globe.

Take a look below to see what the Falcons used to cover up the renovations that are coming to all the escalators in their home stadium:

New Orleans Saints troll Atlanta Falcons with 28-3 reference

In what will forever be a meme that stands the test of time, the 28-3 reference used by the Saints here will fondly remind the football world about what occurred back in Super Bowl LI in 2017. The Falcons, who were up 28-3 against the New England Patriots at one point, completely blew the lead and ended up losing what could have been one of the most shocking wins in football history.

It was such a loss that ever since then, the Falcons haven’t been the same in the grand scheme of things. With the regular season almost upon us, this will all be great bulletin board material for both teams as ironically enough, they face each other in Week 1.

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Things will surely heat up between now and September 11 as both teams start their respective seasons with a classic NFC South division rivalry game. Hopefully, the Saints leave this game victorious and go 1-0 to start the system on the right foot over those dirty birds.