Former Broncos offensive lineman Evan Mathis was notorious for seeking out his own name on Twitter and engaging with folks who said less than favorable things about him. Fortunately for Mathis, that didn’t happen all too regularly as he was one of the best guards in the league last year. The same couldn’t be said for Michael Schofield, who was routinely on the receiving end of countless unkind commentary about his on-field performance. A home loss to the Raiders in which he surrendered five sacks in one half to Khalil Mack, was particularly tough. Unfortunately, his teammate Ty Sambrailo will now be able to emphasize.

While Sambrailo’s Sunday against the Falcons wasn’t quite so disastrous as that fateful half for Schofield in 2015, he wasn’t far off. In a 23-16 loss, Sambrailo surrendered at least four sacks, 3.5 to Vic Beasley alone. In total the Falcons sacked Broncos rookie quarterback six times with the bulk of the pressure coming from a collapsing right side, which Sambrailo patrolled at right tackle alongside Schofield at right guard.

Schofield didn’t escape the wrath, entirely, however. After Sambrailo was benched and Schofield shifted over to right tackle (with Darrion Weems in at right guard) it took less than a full set of downs before Schofield himself allowed a sack.

Sambrailo started in place of the injured Donald Stephenson, who has now missed three games with a calf injury. Stephenson was signed in the offseason to replace Schofield, who was only in at right guard last year because of the cascade effect caused when Ryan Clady was lost for the season and Ty Sambrailo (who himself suffered a season-ending injury) moved to left guard. As such, Denver’s woes along the line continue as they await Stephenson’s return.

Here are just a few of the slings and arrows being thrown Sambrailo’s (and Schofield’s) way during the game. He might want to avoid the Evan Mathis strategy and not search his name for a while.