Former players troll the Steelers following their humiliating loss vs. Colts

You know it's bad when failed former Steelers are trolling this team.

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This has become a three-week nightmare with no end in sight. The Pittsburgh Steelers became the subject of all criticism around the NFL after losing back-to-back games again 2-10 Cardinals and Patriots teams in Weeks 13 and 14. In Week 15, Mike Tomlin was looking to snap a three-game losing streak and keep their playoff hopes alive.

It didn't matter that the Steelers knew what was on the line this week. It didn't matter that they held a 13-0 lead to begin the game. Pittsburgh completely fell apart on both sides of the ball and couldn't even make this a contest against the Indianapolis Colts when it was all said and done.

The Colts -- who also sat on a 7-6 record and needed a win to stay firmly in the AFC playoff race -- proved to be the more talented and better-coached team in this Week 15 contest. Eventually, Indy went on to score 30 straight points and cruised to victory in a 30-13 win.

If you thought this team was criticized before, you haven't seen anything yet. Immediately after the game, fans and analysts took to Twitter to vent about the disgusting performance Pittsburgh put up on Saturday evening. But it wasn't just them. Former Steelers players trolled the team as well.

Former Steelers players troll the team after their ugly loss

One of those players was former 2019 first-round pick, Devin Bush. The Seahawks' linebacker posted an obnoxious amount of 'laugh face' emojis after the clock ticked down on Pittsburgh's ugly defeat.

Bush didn't have a ton of room to talk, as he proved to be a busted former draft choice. The sad part is that the Steelers really could have used him with how bad Mykal Walker and Mark Robinson looked against the Colts in Week 15.

Bush wasn't the only former Steelers player to get in on the action. Former quarterback Devlin 'Duck' Hodges let out a simple 'hey' upon the game's conclusion.

Despite his one-word social media post, it's not hard to decipher why Duck Hodges would have tweeted this. There's no doubt that he saw how pathetic Mitch Trubisky (and one drive from Mason Rudolph) looked in this game, and he would like to throw his hat in the ring.

When players who were bad in Pittsburgh are trolling the team, you know they have to be performing poorly. Who can blame them though? This has been incredibly hard to stomach and the Steelers are falling apart after their third straight loss.