Twitter Warfare

Posted: 03/29/2011 in Uncategorized

Over the past few years, NFL athletes have branched out in to the “wonderful” world of social media, specifically Twitter.

The players can vent on completely unrelated topics, like Chad Ochocinco did when he said…

He has a way with words doesn’t he? As you can see, Twitter can give the players a pretty bad reputation. However, it can also be used as a helpful tool, instead of a weapon. For example, some players will tweet about world affairs, team events, or NFL news.

And then there are the deep tweets that are cheesier than Lambeau Field on game day.

In conclusion, Twitter can be used as a sword or a shield. If the players continue to use it as a weapon, it will only intensify and grow worse over time. However, Twitter could be used as a positive influence, and a way for players to share their personal experiences, team news, and opinions about ON-TOPIC situations.

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Comments
  1. The Evil Cheese says:

    “And then there are the deep tweets that are cheesier than Lambeau Field on game day.” Ironic much?

  2. Balogna says:

    “cheesier than Lambeau Field on game day” this, my good man, is what we call a cheesy metaphor. Cheerio.

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