ATLANTA, GA – OCTOBER 30: Taylor Gabriel #18 of the Atlanta Falcons reacts after his touchdown reception against the Green Bay Packers at Georgia Dome on October 30, 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

Falcons receiver Taylor Gabriel continued his emergence Sunday with two touchdowns and 75 yards in a 39-19 win over the Cardinals. The Falcons took to Twitter to troll the Browns, who released Gabriel during training camp in September.

Gabriel now has five touchdowns (four receiving, one rushing) in the last four games.

Making things even worse for Cleveland, Gabriel had 27 rushing yards, which would have been good for the Browns’ top rusher in three different games this season. At least Isaiah Crowell beat him out on Sunday with a whopping 44 yards on 16 carries.

The Falcons are not new to this. Prior to a Monday Night Football matchup with the Eagles two weeks ago, they tweeted a video of their mascot smashing a TV featuring Rocky with a hammer.

The Eagles won that matchup 24-15 and got the last word in this trolling exchange.

However, the Browns lost on Sunday to the Giants, falling to 0-12. So it looks like the Falcons are safe from retaliation this time.

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