NFL Week 14 as told by Twitter: Snow football dominates Twitter
Snow affected what may have been the best slate of games in years. Twitter users reacted appropriately.
Between the snow and the close finishes, the NFL had one of its best weeks in years. The Eagles won in eight inches of snow, Minnesota and Baltimore scored five touchdowns in two minutes, and the Steelers nearly won on a series of improbable laterals.
Lions/Eagles: For first time in 56 years, no points were scored on kicks. PHI was involved in last one http://t.co/WIUGbuLNOQ— Chase Stuart (@fbgchase) December 8, 2013
Nick Foles does look a bit like Hermie. RT @BleedingGreen: Little known fact: Yukon Cornelius is LeSean McCoy's paternal grandfather— Varad Mehta (@GWhistorian) December 8, 2013
That shot of the FOX cameraman in Philly is amazing. pic.twitter.com/TTQCkUtl0p— Matt Young (@mjoven1975) December 8, 2013
With Reggie Bush out the Lions should just play Calvin Johnson at running back today.— Tom Fornelli (@TomFornelli) December 8, 2013
Hoth > Philadelphia— Jason Romano (@JasonRomano) December 8, 2013
Eagles had 227 yards rushing… in the fourth quarter. Yikes— Smart Football (@smartfootball) December 8, 2013
Google Glass + Philadelphia Eagles + Snow = pic.twitter.com/wZrcf29aqD— Joshua Davidson (@dasjoshua) December 8, 2013
Marlon Brown (from Memphis, played at Georgia) says this was 1st real snow he's ever seen. Caught game wining TD.— Mark Viviano (@MarkWJZ) December 8, 2013
The guy who runs the Redskins' Twitter account deserves a raise.
This fan is a hero.
#PoorBrowns is something that needs to happen...every week.
That kick was dead on ... & came up just short #PoorBrowns— Thomas Neal (@TdaddyNeal) December 8, 2013
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