NFL Divisional Playoffs via Twitter: Peyton Manning likes Omaha
Peyton Manning likes to yell 'Omaha' before offensive plays. Twitter noticed and the jokes started.
Peyton Manning is arguably the most audible quarterback pre-snap in the NFL. The CBS broadcast always pumps up the volume allowing viewers to clearly hear what Manning is calling out. Manning's go to read is "Omaha, Omaha." Twitter users noticed this call.
As Peyton Manning lies on his deathbed, he pulls brother Eli in close. "Omaha," he whispers, "Omaha.."— Nimbly Bimbly (@Sam_Alan33) January 12, 2014
Imagine if you're watching this game and your dog's name is Omaha, poor dog is so lost— Hayden Weaver (@HAYDENparker22) January 12, 2014
#Omaha is a USA trending topic on Twitter. Imagine trying to figure that one out if you weren't hearing Peyton Manning scream it every play.— Rex Hammock (@R) January 12, 2014
I hope Peyton buys the Chargers entire D line plane tickets to Omaha after the game.— Meesh (@HockeyMeesh) January 12, 2014
Since Peyton Manning began yelling "Omaha!" as an audible, tourism to Omaha has tripled. Last year they had three tourists.— Ethan Booker (@Ethan_Booker) January 12, 2014
NFL fans probably wish the referees would disappear to Omaha for all of eternity, never to be heard from again.
Please don't ask me what is going on cuz I have no idea.— Mike Pereira (@MikePereira) January 13, 2014
Once again, nobody, including the refs, knows what the hell a catch is.— Josh Katzowitz (@joshkatzowitz) January 12, 2014
They even get the calls wrong WITH replay. Unbelievable.— Jimmy Traina (@JimmyTraina) January 12, 2014
Refs 6 Panthers 0— World of Isaac (@WorldofIsaac) January 12, 2014
Flags on flags on flags— Pam Chvotkin (@reddusfoximus) January 12, 2014
Flag on Harbaugh for continuing to wear those damn pleated khakis.— Amanda Rykoff (@amandarykoff) January 12, 2014
Cam Newton's flop drew a round of applause from Twitter.
Cam will be hearing from league offices. flop warning hahahaha— Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) January 12, 2014
Best performance of Swan Lake I've ever seen— Bobby Big Wheel (@BobbyBigWheel) January 12, 2014
Cam Newton flop of the century.— Chris Cwik (@Chris_Cwik) January 12, 2014
That flying sack Ahmad Brooks just tried? He did it - successfully - years ago at Virginia http://t.co/7JDNnGAt7i— Alex Riethmiller (@AlexRiethmiller) January 12, 2014
The Chargers' loss in one picture.
Sadly, the bolo tie revival died Sunday with the Chargers' defeat.
Bolo tie? More like bolo loss, amirite?— We Take The Stairs (@NoEscalators) January 13, 2014
Some miscellaneous gems from Sunday:
Peyton Manning is 8:12 away from having as many playoff wins with the Broncos as Tim Tebow.— Tom Fornelli (@TomFornelli) January 13, 2014
If Colin Kaepernick was wearing his helmet backward THAT would be unprofessional. And hilarious. Probably dangerous too.— Tom Fornelli (@TomFornelli) January 12, 2014
The Chargers knew Te’o wasn’t right when his first question on the bench was “Does Lennay know I’m alright?”— Hey, it's Matt! (@MBrooESQ) January 12, 2014
Sadly, I'm not programmed to analyze the classiness of a fake punt at the end of a game you already won.— NYT 4th Down Bot (@NYT4thDownBot) January 12, 2014
Tim Tebow will remain the only Heisman QB to win a Playoff Game in the last 26 years— NFL Stats (@NFL_Stats) January 12, 2014
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