It's been a rough few days for Wes Welker and the rest of the New England Patriots. Between Gisele's dissatisfaction and James Harrison's taunting, no one seems to be interested in letting the Super Bowl XLVI losers simmer in peace.

And now it's gotten worse for Welker. Pawngo, an online pawn shop, delivered 900 pounds (8,000 bars) worth of Butterfingers to Boston's Copley Square as a thank you for his fourth-quarter drop, one of the more replayed gaffes that gave the New York Giants a chance to come back and win the game. The mocking delivery was made while the Giants were celebrating with a victory parade in New York's Canyon of Heroes.

It's a light-hearted gesture, though that certainly won't comfort Welker if it gets back to him. It's also a little bold, because Tom Brady had as much to do with the drop as Welker, but mostly because we'd hate to be the girl standing around Boston with a "Thank you Wes Welker" sign. Doesn't seem like the safest line of work this week in the greater New England area.

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Max Thompson is the Senior Editor at ThePostGame. Follow him on Twitter.

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