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Gilmore responds to Brown's dig, Craigslist prank on Rex Ryan's truck

Given all the unrest in the Bills organization, it's fitting that Sunday's loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers was accompanied by bizarre moments - and we're not even talking about Rubber-Pellet-Gate.

Late last week, star Steelers receiver Antonio Brown mistakenly referred to Bills defensive back Stephon Gilmore as "Gilbert," albeit in a statement where he praised the Bills' starting corners, according to Ryan Talbot of NewYorkUpstate.com.

Following the Bills' loss - in which Gilmore recorded his fifth interception of the season - the Buffalo corner took to Instagram to respond to what he perceived as a jab from Brown.

I guess Gilmore does kinda look like Gilbert when it's running the other way... #Pick5

A photo posted by Stephon Gilmore (@bumpnrungilmore) on

In other more amusing Bills news, a Craigslist advertisement for Rex Ryan's truck was circulating social media on Sunday evening. Rumors spread before yesterday's game that Ryan, at the tail end of his second year as Buffalo's head coach, could be fired as soon as Monday.

Here's the full Craigslist ad, which has since been flagged for spam and removed. Obviously, Ryan was not the creator of this ad, and the original poster could not be tracked down due to the post's removal.

The amusing Craigslist ad posted to the Buffalo section of the site on Sunday. (via Craigslist)

The amusing Craigslist ad posted to the Buffalo section of the site on Sunday. (via Craigslist)

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