- EDITORS NOTE: THIS CONTAINS LANGUAGE WHICH MAY BE OFFENSE TO SOME READERS
The 2012-13 NFL season is already off to a blazing start as replacement officials and their "bad calls" are filling the Twittersphire by players, celebrities and football fans across the world.
Last night's Seahawks/Packers game has been filling up Twitter feeds as the NFL announced Tuesday afternoon that they support the decision on last night's final-play game-winning touchdown. (The NFL ruling can be read here)
As you will see below, individuals are not having a problem speaking their minds about the refs and the ruling.
- Players are speaking their mind. This is the Twitter account of Packer's guard T.J. Lang...
- Celebrities gave their thoughts...
- — LeBron James (@KingJames)Tue, Sep 25 2012 03:50:24These replacement refs gotta go man!! Packers just got game took from them. I LOVE NFL football to much to see this type of work.
- And the bashing by society has begun...
- — El Dub (@nclisa)Tue, Sep 25 2012 17:23:46When "Call Me Maybe" & Replacement Refs collide...America's pop culture commentary on the state of the NFL :) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AzPBcCF9yKc&feature=youtube_gdata_player …om/watch?v=AzPBcCF9yKc&feature=youtube_gdata_player
- — Christian Wisseh Jr. (@cmwisseh)Tue, Sep 25 2012 17:23:44The NFL is hiding behind technicalities. The refs missed those calls and cost Green Bay the game and the NFL knows it.
- — Matthew Smith (@mcs111184)Tue, Sep 25 2012 17:49:30
- — jeremy foster (@JeremyFoster23)Tue, Sep 25 2012 17:50:23People that threaten to not watch the nfl make me lol..you think the league really cares if u don't watch??..nope
- — Mitch Bull (@MitchRbull21)Tue, Sep 25 2012 17:51:20As a fan I have lost all respect for my favorite sport and its professional league, the @nfl and question why I will continue to be a viewer
Fans, players and celebs unleash on Twitter over NFL decisions
byAmanda Piccirilli109 Views