Tweets of the Game: Near Dumpster Fire Edition
For three quarters, the fuel was there, but Andrew Luck’s big fourth quarter hosed all the dumpster fire talk.
I hereby decree the dumpster fire video/metaphor for bad sporting things be retired. It was a good run. Let it burn out. #Amen
— John Buccigross (@Buccigross) September 28, 2015
We couldn’t agree more.
I'd like to see an emotional line graph of Colts Twitter today
— Brock Benefiel (@brockbenefiel) September 27, 2015
This is an absolute train wreck … with all due respect to train wrecks. #Colts
— Phillip B Wilson (@pwilson24) September 27, 2015
Wondering which is worse: a train wreck or dumpster fire?
— Tyler Brooke (@TylerDBrooke) September 27, 2015
whoa check out this photo of andrew luck pic.twitter.com/iyGAkq0MlV
— Kyle Robbins (@kylerrobbins) September 27, 2015
Roy Hibbert’s Pacer Career < Dumpster Fire < Train Wreck.
Overheard in our newsroom: "THE GARBAGE IS ON FIRE."
— IndyStar (@indystar) September 27, 2015
Stop, that's offensive to dumpster fires https://t.co/9WiFDEOwus
— Andrew Luck (@FauxAndyLuck) September 27, 2015
At this point, I'd take SKINNY LEGS PEYTON MANNING over what we've got going right now.#INDvsTEN
— Becky Kevoian (@BobsFunGirl) September 27, 2015
OK, I'll jinx the no-hitter. Frank Gore 10 carries, 50 yards. #colts haven't had 100-yard back in 42 games, including playoffs.
— Mike Chappell (@mchappell51) September 27, 2015
Gore did earn the game ball for his 86-yard, two TD performance, but the jinx was in.
If #Colts win, only uglier victory in my lifetime would be Bush v. Gore.
— Brent Glasgow (@BGlasgow37) September 27, 2015
"Because of the money we paid out in wide receivers, I can offer this hot dog as severance pay, Mr. Grigson." pic.twitter.com/0DWYi95HMa
— Jon Easter (@johnnystir) September 27, 2015
I could use some of my lucky beard…
— The Blue Mare (@TheBlueMare) September 27, 2015