The NFL’s social media team has had a hard time keeping up with the volume of tweets coming its way.
In fact, there were at least five tweets per second during the team’s Week 4 loss to the Denver Broncos.
The team also tweeted the following tweet about the Broncos:”How much do you know about the NFL?
How much do they love you?
And how much do the NFL fans love you?”
The tweet has since been deleted.
The tweet itself has since received nearly 1 million retweets and 2,400 comments.
The Twitter account, however, is not the only source of drama for the team.
Some fans are claiming that they don’t believe the account is real.
In response to fans who claim that the team is fake, the team has also tweeted an image of the Twitter avatar and a link to a YouTube video in which the team explains its account is fake.
“The real @NFL Twitter account is actually a hoax,” tweeted the team on Monday.
The NFL’s account is still tweeting and answering questions about its accounts.
“Our account is in the process of getting our account verified,” the team said.
The team has said it is currently working on its account verification process.
If the team can’t do that, it is likely that its account will be deleted from the social media platform.
The Twitter account has been a source of criticism for the franchise and its fans for years.
The franchise has lost its trademark trademark in the past for its logo.
It has also been accused of being a bully and a hypocrite.
The league has tried to clean up its act, however.
In 2015, the NFL adopted a rule that it would require teams to use the Twitter handle in its marketing materials and promotions.