Michael Thomas was a stud at Ohio State.

He has since moved on to the New Orleans Saints and has dominated in the NFL. One couldn’t ask for more than what Thomas has done to this point in his career. He owns numerous records already, and he’s only 26-years-old.

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However, Thomas and the Saints entered the NFL Playoffs this postseason as the No. 3 seed in the NFC and played the No. 6-seeded Minnesota Vikings. Last weekend, Thomas’ team lost to the Vikings in overtime, effectively ending his season.

One week later, the Vikings are traveling to take on the No. 1-seeded San Francisco 49ers and are losing 27-10 in the fourth quarter. The 17-point deficit isn’t indicative of how dominant the top seed has been in this game. The Vikings just don’t look like they’re on the same level as the 49ers.

Starting in the fourth quarter, when the Vikings were down and nearly out, Thomas started tweeting:

https://twitter.com/Cantguardmike/status/1216150476217028609

Thomas isn’t exactly impressed with what he’s seeing from the team that beat him. That said, the Vikings did beat the Saints just a week ago.

Of course, Vikings fans haven’t replied kindly to Thomas’ tweeting spree. Soon enough, both teams will be eliminated and it will all be about next year.

We can’t wait to see Thomas and the Saints take on the Vikings once again.