BOSTON (CBS) — The Atlanta Falcons can’t catch a break. Not even from airlines.

Shortly after the Patriots punched their ticket to Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta with a thrilling overtime win in Kansas City, JetBlue quickly jumped at the opportunity to appeal to Patriots fans who might want to travel to the big game.

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“Hey New England,” the tweet from JetBlue began. “We just added a few more flights to Atlanta for the big game. More than 3. Fewer than 28.”

The tweet is, of course, a tongue-in-cheek ribbing of the Patriots’ historic comeback in Super Bowl LI against the Falcons. Atlanta led that game 28-3, a score that has become somewhat iconic and has been celebrated in New England ever since.

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The Falcons, meanwhile, have been trolled from every angle since the blown lead. Whether that’s from an opposing fan base in New Orleans or now a major airline, that franchise is having some trouble living down that epic collapse.