Tweets of the Week: Colts Opener Edition
Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts stumbled through the season opener at Buffalo in a 27-14 loss. Buffalo Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor, in his first NFL start, built a 24-0 lead, while Rex Ryan’s defense did the rest, holding Andrew Luck and the Colts high-flying offense to just 14 points. Fans and foes took to Twitter to air out their wittiest tweets.
Of all the things I enjoy about Twitter, nothing is better than Colts' gameday Twitter.
— Derek Schultz (@Schultz975) September 13, 2015
Enjoyable is one way to put it, Derek.
— Lene (@PatsGirl86) September 13, 2015
Of course Tom Brady was wearing Ugg slippers.
— Megan Fernandez (@MeganFernandez7) September 13, 2015
Even Adam Vinatieri was off.
I would love to hear what's said in the Colts locker room at HF. Guess I could contact the Patriots to get the audio feed.
— Scott Bridge (@ScoBridge) September 13, 2015
If it keeps going like this in Buffalo, the Colts won't even want to hang a participation banner for this game.
— Chad Finn (@GlobeChadFinn) September 13, 2015
— 120 Sports (@120Sports) September 13, 2015
Recap of the Colts game now. pic.twitter.com/4a9nT5yCCZ
— cover32 Colts (@cover32_IND) September 13, 2015
“R2 says the chances of survival are 725 … to one.”
Andrew Luck after seeing Colts rookie Phillip Dorsett muff a fourth quarter punt and give the ball back to the Bills: pic.twitter.com/QK4tiescVE
— Matthew Fairburn (@MatthewFairburn) September 13, 2015
Hey, how about those Fighting Irish though!
Colts fans to Phillip Dorsett pic.twitter.com/1oRjHqaaxD
— Joe Buscaglia (@JoeBuscaglia) September 13, 2015
“Shame. Shame. Shame.”
Colts fans waking up on Monday morning like…. pic.twitter.com/jbI6XjaOLd
— Andrew's Head (@AndrewLucksHead) September 14, 2015
Allow me to offer the following calming thought to panicked Colts fans:
— Jake Query (@jakequery) September 13, 2015
Great point, Jake. One exception – Marcus Mariota.
Rough day for the colts.. Looks like this team will need more time to Gel.. A lot of rookies paying..
— gary brackett (@GaryBrackett58) September 13, 2015
We do know one thing, though. The Colts aren't going undefeated this season.
— The Blue Mare (@TheBlueMare) September 13, 2015
BONUS: Thursday Night Football Tweet
Now the Pats are overinflating balls so theyll fumble more often and recover them for Touchdowns. dibolical
— PFTCommenter (@PFTCommenter) September 11, 2015