Seattle Seahawks defensive lineman Frank Clark took to Twitter to take issue with Cam Newton's decision not to jump on a fumble in the Super Bowl, Tweets sure to be revived when the two teams play again at CenturyLink Field next season.

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In case you missed it during the jumble that was the fourth quarter of the Super Bowl — Marshawn Lynch announcing his retirement while the game came to an end — Seattle Seahawk Frank Clark took to Twitter to take issue with the decision of Cam Newton not to jump on a fumble late in the contest (a play that has become as controversial as any in the game).

Clark initially Tweeted a vine of the play with an apparently sarcastic “This y’all league MVP!!! Really!!!!”

He later Tweeted: “Respected this mans game until then. See ya week 5” an apparent reference to the fact that the Panthers will again come to Seattle for a game next season (though the dates have not yet been set for 2016 regular season games).

Clark also Tweeted: “Hey I’ve lost twice to him though, boy good but no respect. Backbone of this league is Toughness. Crunch time he want grapes, I’m eating mud”

Bruce Irvin also got in the act, Tweeting: “Lol Russell (Wilson) woulda got the football”

Irvin is a free agent and may not be back with the Seahawks in 2016.

But Clark, who just concluded his rookie season, will be, with his Tweets undoubtedly sure to be brought up when the two teams play at CenturyLink Field. Dates will be set in April.