Sunday was a bad day for the Detroit Lions who crashed out of the play-offs thanks to the Dallas Cowboys in the wildcard round.
The game was marred with controversy towards the end with anti-Cowboys fans and conspiracy theorists emerging on social media to claim the officials were betting upon the Cowboys.
Controversy aside however, the Cowboys completed a come from behind victory to beat the Lions 24-20.
The Cowboys will now go to Lambeau Field next week to face the Green Bay Packers but first, there was some humiliation left for the Lions.
The Packers - based in Wisconsin knew they would face the winner of Sunday's game and a Wisconsin news station have taken a sweep at a certain Lions player.
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Lions defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh was quite emotional in his post-game press conference and was even having to wipe away a tear or two.
This led to WTMJ-TV based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin going with a fairly harsh caption under Suh's name.
Showing highlights from his conference, the caption under his name simply read "cries like a baby".
Fairly harsh from the station but a shot fired at the player that the Packers almost had to face in the divisional round of this years play-offs.
Suh has been surrounded by controversy and has clearly been a target to everyone in Wisconsin for a while now.
The Lions took on the Packers in the final regular season game and Suh was involved in an altercation with Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
After being accused of deliberately stepping on Rodgers, Suh was given a one game ban that was eventually overturned so that the star lineman could play against the Cowboys.
With the Packers representing the state of Wisconsin, the shot fired at Suh isn't very surprising but Tony Romo and the Cowboys should now be on the look out for more like this aimed towards them.
The Cowboys and the Packers will face off on Sunday in arguably the most interesting NFC clash of the divisional round.