The Pittsburgh Steelers made history this Sunday during their game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, but it’s not exactly the good kind of history. Ben Roethlisberger became the first Steelers quarterback to throw five interceptions during one game since Mark Malone back in 1987. The resulting pair of pick-sixes off Roethlisberger led the Steelers to lose 30-9.

The Steelers have deliberately stacked their offensive line in an attempt to be "all-in" precisely because this could potentially be Roethlisberger’s last season. Nevertheless, the resounding conclusion on social media was that the quarterback had already retired long before he got on the field on Sunday night. But AP Sports reporter Will Graves, who was at the game, had the inside scoop of how Steelers players reacted, and it seems like Roethlisberger isn’t too worried.

And that unnamed Steelers player who told his teammates to check Twitter was right: social media roasted the Steelers’s performance hard tonight, in a way only social media can do.