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Recap: Trent Dilfer Ignites Roddy White, Twitter War of Words

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When Trent Dilfer - the best analyst ESPN's got because of his obvious love for the Saints - went on record saying the Atlanta Falcons were beatable at  home and that the Saints would do just that this Monday night, he had no idea that he'd be starting a Twitter war of words not seen since the epic tweet feud of 2010 between Darren Sharper and Visanthe Shiancoe

In case you missed it, here is exactly what Dilfer said:

Make the jump to get an easy-to-read recap of what followed on Twitter.

Apparently, that didn't sit well with Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Roddy White, because he tweeted this...

No chance in hell the Aints come into the dome and win once trent dilfer    

Oh no he didn't just call them that! Then things got personal...

The aints fans are so rude we shall see monday night    

Son of a - I know he ain't talkin''bout my momma! Then he kept running his mouth...

Yall fans keep talking making it worst for those guys tht got to guard me cause yall don't lol    

But the Saints' Twitter contingent was quick to retaliate. Don't mess with Will Smith, who was first on the scene, 'cause he hits back hard...

Wondering how @roddywhitetv has the audacity to call us AINT'S

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Booyah! Take a good, hard look at the bling, Roddy! 

Scott Shanle agrees with Will Smith and quickly gives his stamp of approval...

....so true!

Meanwhile Jonathan Goodwin is lovin' all the smack talk...

Just got even more excited for Monday!    

Reggie isn't even paying attention...

Do you guys remember when fly swatters were popular? Lol! Everybody had one in there house...    

Someone asked Tracy Porter if he had heard what Roddy said...

I've heard about it, but I'm past responding to ignorance. MNF will settle it!    

And I personally played the role of instigator with Deuce...

@dmcallister26 You heard what Roddy White said?

@CSCtweet yep. Wht do u expect from a front runner