In the world of social media, people love to celebrate #FlashbackFriday by posting an old video or picture. The Lions decided to get on the action this week, but with one small difference: They went with #NotAFacemaskFriday and tweeted the GIF below.
If you can't quite tell where that GIF is from, let me refresh your memory: It's from the Packers-Lions game in Week 13.
The Packers decided to celebrate #FlashbackFriday by reminding the Lions what happened on the very next play.
That's a mic drop. The Lions probably won't be celebrating #NotAFacemaskFriday ever again.
Things didn't end there, though. The Packers decided to throw in another tweet for good measure.
The second tweet wasn't quite a Hail Mary, but it was probably more painful for Lions fans.
That's Brett Favre hitting Sterling Sharpe with a 40-yard touchdown pass with 55 seconds left in a January 1994 wild-card playoff game. Thanks to the touchdown, the Packers would beat the Lions 28-24. It's been 22 years and the Lions still haven't won a playoff game.
Basically, the Packers social media team went straight for the jugular with those two tweets.
Anyway, this probably means no more #FlashbackFridays for the Lions.