"Y’all better score more then 3 points in that new stadium," Thomas wrote on Twitter.
When the Patriots won Super Bowl LIII, perhaps the only people more excited about the result than folks in New England were Saints wide receivers Michael Thomas and Tedd Ginn Jr.
The Saints were at home after losing to the Rams in the NFC Championship, in due part because of a botched no-call that prevented New Orleans from sealing a win.
As Los Angeles lost 13–3 in Sunday's title game, Thomas mocked the Rams for their performance. "Y’all better score more then 3 points in that new stadium," he wrote in one tweet.
Leftover Gumbo— Michael Thomas (@Cantguardmike) February 4, 2019
Ginn also got in a few digs at Los Angeles, breaking a two-month stretch of silence on Twitter to share his thoughts.
Goodnight LA— Ted Ginn Jr (@TedGinnJr_19) February 4, 2019
Don’t cry now LA— Ted Ginn Jr (@TedGinnJr_19) February 4, 2019
And he miss congratulations— Ted Ginn Jr (@TedGinnJr_19) February 4, 2019
Perhaps the Saints can find some vindication in the Rams' defeat. New Orleans opened with 8-1 odds to win the Super Bowl next year; the same odds as Los Angeles.