The Super Bowl as told by Twitter: The Broncos were heavily mocked
Twitter users lambasted the Broncos during their dreadful Super Bowl performance.
The Broncos took a beating on the gridiron, and the beating they took on Twitter was just as bad.
I'm convinced that first half was a Broncos avant-garde performance art piece about the political future of Chris Christie.— Dave Zirin (@EdgeofSports) February 3, 2014
Broncos getn ran out da Superbowl B pic.twitter.com/mCXKjsJ7Mb— Trav NEVER Chills (@SKTV_) February 3, 2014
Use the promo code PEYTON when ordering a Papa Johns pizza & when it’s delivered to your house, a Seattle DB will take it from you & eat it.— Rob Fee (@robfee) February 3, 2014
Does that include the Broncos? RT @WillBrinson Tonight’s attendance announced as 82,529— Matt Norlander (@MattNorlander) February 3, 2014
The only explanation: the Monstars snatched the Broncos' talent.— Kayla Knapp (@KaylaKnappFOX) February 3, 2014
No— Has Denver Scored? (@HasDenverScored) February 3, 2014
Kramer meets Peyton Manning before the game and convinces him to stop saying Omaha. K: "Change it up! What's the worst that could happen?"— Modern Seinfeld (@SeinfeldToday) February 2, 2014
It was 1st and 10. The Broncos snapped it out the back of the end zone for a safety. I probably would have just run a normal play.— NYT 4th Down Bot (@NYT4thDownBot) February 2, 2014
That's why the Red Sox ditched Manny Ramirez.— Jay Busbee (@jaybusbee) February 2, 2014
Tim Tebow has most definitely one upped Peyton Manning in this Super Bowl. #WhoSawThatComing— Tim Goodman (@BastardMachine) February 3, 2014
Omaha wants Peyton Manning to change his audible call to Council Bluffs— Bobby Big Wheel (@BobbyBigWheel) February 3, 2014
Hey Denver... the Tic-Toc-Diner is open all night. It's right up the road from the stadium and they have great cheesecake.— Anish Shroff (@AnishESPN) February 3, 2014
Not even Jimmy Hoffa was buried this deep in the Meadowlands.— Brendan Prunty (@BrendanPrunty) February 3, 2014
Is Fred Armisen available to hug Peyton Manning?— Annie (@annielkozak) February 3, 2014
The tweets praising the Seahawks (and mocking the city of Seattle) were just as hilarious.
Looks good to us! ;-) pic.twitter.com/JcWVsvi5zb— Mustang Brewing Co. (@mustangbrewing) February 3, 2014
PEOPLE ARE RUNNING THROUGH THE STREETS OF SEATTLE MISSPELLING EACH OTHER'S NAMES ON CUPS— Josh Greenman (@joshgreenman) February 3, 2014
Going to be INSANE in Seattle tonight -- upgrading to Ventis, writing exclamation points in their Moleskines, acting dangerously unironic.— pourmecoffee (@pourmecoffee) February 3, 2014
This will all be for nothing when the NFL vacates this Super Bowl after it's discovered Pete Carroll's players were getting paid.— The Triple Deke (@TheTripleDeke) February 3, 2014
"Macklemore and Ryan Lewis" pic.twitter.com/8ktZarUChl— Olivia Rose (@olivialeighrose) February 3, 2014
Bruno Mars' halftime show received strong reviews, but wasn't above mockery.
This halftime show makes me think a 50-cent, Justin Bieber pairing could possibly work next year. Yes, @NFL?— John Breech (@johnbreech) February 3, 2014
Doublenipplegate— Bruce Arthur (@bruce_arthur) February 3, 2014
The pregame show, especially Joe Namath, also provided some great moments.
Separated at birth pic.twitter.com/IWSP15TBgh— BuzzFeed (@BuzzFeed) February 2, 2014
Namath going full Namath. #SB48— GQ Magazine (@GQMagazine) February 2, 2014
Hey guys…enjoy the game tonight. We’re going dark. #OreoOut— Oreo Cookie (@Oreo) February 2, 2014
So hyped to beat the crap out of Britain in this Super Bowl now!— Bill Barnwell (@billbarnwell) February 2, 2014
And now NFL players will read the Declaration of Independence, the original challenge flag.— sir broosk (@celebrityhottub) February 2, 2014
You're telling me that Nic Cage was unavailable for a televised reading of the Declaration of Independence?— Pablo S. Torre (@PabloTorre) February 2, 2014
Of course, there was also the #BrandBowl.
Sorry fans, we don’t have a button for this.— Buffalo Wild Wings (@BWWings) February 3, 2014
Beckham found some clothes, but no friends. pic.twitter.com/CJgG32VPNZ— Next Impulse Sports (@NextImpulse) February 3, 2014
Finally, Patrick Stewart won Twitter.
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