Turns out Jacksonville wanted Ben Roethlisberger to eat more than his words.
The Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback surprised many before the playoffs when he said he wanted a rematch with the Jaguars to atone for his five interceptions in a regular-season loss.
Roethlisberger got his chance Sunday and threw another pick and lost a fumble as the Jags eliminated the Steelers 45-42 in the divisional round.
The combined seven turnovers inspired a Jaguars fan to troll Roethlisberger by sending seven turnovers to the quarterback from Cinotti's Bakery in Jacksonville Beach, Florida. The bakery was happy to oblige.
Jacksonville Beach's Cinotti's Bakery sends 7 turnovers to Heinz Field for Ben Roethlisberger, as a thank you for the 7 turnovers he gave the Jaguars this season 🔥🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/I9Sm1998eE
— hatin' ass med (@god_hates_jags) January 17, 2018
"We sent it with our name on behalf of the city of Jacksonville," said Ken Folette, a co-owner of the bakery. "We've supported the team since they started [in 1995]."
Not all Steelers fans found the humor in the gesture, judging by some of the social media feedback.
Folette said he's not sure the bakery will follow the same script if the Jaguars upset the Patriots this Sunday and make it to the Super Bowl.
"It depends," he said. "I'm not sure I have any inflated doughnuts or anything like that."