Joe Thomas Gets Destroyed For Trolling The Steelers Over Playoff Elimination Despite Never Making The Postseason

Joe Thomas Gets Destroyed For Trolling Steelers Over Playoff Elimination

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  • Former Cleveland Browns tackle Joe Thomas got roasted after trolling the Steelers for getting eliminated from the playoffs
  • Plenty of people reminded him he never made the postseason during his NFL career
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Nobody really expected the Pittsburgh Steelers to put up much of a fight when they faced off against the Chiefs on Sunday, and anyone who picked Kansas City to cover the spread didn’t have to worry too much over the course of a blowout that resulted in Arrowhead Stadium running out of celebratory fireworks.

Ben Roethlisberger acknowledged the reality of Pittsburgh’s underdog status in the week leading up to what will likely be the final game of his career, and while Chiefs fans had reason to celebrate following the victory, it wasn’t exactly a prime occasion for gloating when you consider the overwhelming odds they were given heading into the contest.

However, that didn’t stop former Cleveland Browns tackle Joe Thomas from hopping on Twitter to chirp the Steelers over their elimination following the loss.

Unfortunately, there was one slight problem: as you may know, Thomas didn’t make the playoffs over the course of his 11-year NFL career—a span that saw the Steelers finish atop the AFC North six times and Cleveland treat its tortured supporters to one of the most atrocious stretches in the history of the league.

As you’d expect, plenty of people were more than happy to remind Thomas about that reality.

I’m not sure what Thomas was expecting, but he set himself up for all of those (and many, many more).

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Connor Toole is the Deputy Editor at BroBible. He is a New England native who went to Boston College and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. Frequently described as "freakishly tall," he once used his 6'10" frame to sneak in the NBA Draft and convince people he was a member of the Utah Jazz.