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MUST SEE: Best Social Media Posts from Week 2

Robert Alvarez
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September 20, 2015 at 11:14 pm ET

MUST SEE: Best Social Media Posts from Week 2(PHOTO: Kevin Hoffman - USA TODAY Sports)
Posted: Sep 20, 2015 11:14
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In the days leading up to Sundays matchup against the Buffalo Bills, the New England Patriots once again became public enemy number one on their first road trip of the season. As expected, many opposing fans and players alike voiced their displeasure and jealously towards the defending Super Bowl champions.  While the Patriots fans that made the trip to Western New York defended the franchise with pride.

Patriots radio color commentator and former backup Quarterback Scott Zolak decided to have a little fun and live tweet from the team bus on the journey to and from the stadium. The “G-rated” posts are below, check @scottzolak for the NSFW pictures.

The Buffalo Bills pro shop thought they would have a little fun trolling the Patriots with an old joke.

Some die hard fan decided to pay for a billboard to share his wonderful poetry.

When all was said and done Sunday evening, the Patriots got the last laugh improving to 2-0 on the season with a 40-32 victory. Tom Brady completed 38 of 59 passes for 466 yards and three touchdowns, improving his career record against the Bills to 24-3.

The results left this Bills fan feeling a little down and Brandon LaFell acted like a fan while recovering from a foot injury.

And sometimes even the experts get it wrong.

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Posted Under: Patriots Commentary
Tags: 2015 NFL Season Brandon LaFell Scott Zolak

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