NFL Week 4 as told by Twitter: The NFC East is laughably awful
The NFC East is just 4-12 this season and two of those wins came in sloppy performances against each other. Twitter users have noticed the division's futility.
Before the season, the NFC East was called the "SEC of the NFL." A quarter of the way through the season, it looks like now defunct Big East. The Cowboys lead the division at 2-2 and the division as a whole has won just four games in four weeks.
It might be time to take the NFC East's automatic BCS bid away.— Chris Burke (@ChrisBurke_SI) September 29, 2013
NFC East about to drop to 2-10 in games against non-NFC East teams.— Brad Gagnon (@Brad_Gagnon) September 29, 2013
Asked to decide a champion this season, the NFC East abstains.— Bart Hubbuch (@HubbuchNYP) September 29, 2013
One win = in the hunt for the NFC East.— Andrew Brandt (@adbrandt) September 29, 2013
Fun fact: Took Chip Kelly 441 days to accumulate his final three losses at Oregon. It took him all of 14 days to lose his first 3 in the NFL— Aaron Torres (@Aaron_Torres) September 29, 2013
Andy Reid has more wins over the NFC East this year than last year.— Reuben Frank (@RoobCSN) September 29, 2013
Peyton Manning and the Broncos are the opposite of the NFC East. They're untouchable.
Most passing TDs through the first 4 games since 1970 http://t.co/LfDLhr5flJ— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) September 29, 2013
The Broncos 52 points is a team record. Only other time they scored 50-plus was against Sid Gillman's Chargers in 1963.— Josh Katzowitz (@joshkatzowitz) September 29, 2013
Through four games, Peyton Manning is on pace to go 468-of-624 (75.0 percent) for 5,880 yards with 64 touchdowns and zero interceptions.— Adam Levitan (@adamlevitan) September 29, 2013
Peyton Manning's next four games: at Dallas, vs. Jacksonville, at Indy, vs. Washington. There will be blood.— Adam Levitan (@adamlevitan) September 29, 2013
Still feel like the Broncos would be better off with Tebow.— Ken Tremendous (@KenTremendous) September 29, 2013
Twitter Photo of the Week: The Raiders can't win on the field, but at least their fans know how to tailgate in style.
Pre-game Hog Roast in Oakland. Poor Wilbur. pic.twitter.com/CV3K5ZWU2o— Mike Wise (@MikeWiseguy) September 29, 2013
Quote of the Week:
Watt had a gash on bridge of nose closed by 6 stitches. Why? "I hit people for a living."— Jim Corbett (@ByJimCorbett) September 29, 2013
September 29, 2013 will be a day Cleveland sports fans will remember for a long time.
Browns won, Tribe won, Steelers lost, Ravens lost. No doubt we'll pay dearly for today but for once we got over. Take THAT sports God.— Eric Knappenberger (@CavsWITNESS) September 29, 2013
Reggie Bush finally looks like the player who dominated college football.
I like Reggie Bush's honesty. Just admitted he was nervous about how his knee would respond 2day. 173 yards of offense later no sweat for 21— Lindsay Czarniak (@lindsayczarniak) September 29, 2013
Reggie Bush has 112 rush yds & 10.2 avg. Last @DetroitLionsNFL w/ 100+ rush yds & 10.0+ avg in 1st half is Barry Sanders— Randall Liu (@RLiuNFL) September 29, 2013
We get it, the Browns aren't actually tanking.
Browns with the work tank job ever.— Spike Eskin (@SpikeEskin) September 29, 2013
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