The refs are back. Most teams are now a quarter way through their season, and players and fans have kept the momentum going with @NFL chatter on Twitter. For Week 4, the @chicagobears and @dallascowboys game lead the way as the most Tweeted-about game, charged up by Tony Romo’s #MNF performance.
The @ dallascowboys Tony Romo became the only player with two five interception games on MNF on.si.com/PU1UNh
— Sports Illustrated ( @SInow) October 2, 2012
Fans love their evening football, and the #SNF match-up between NFC East rivals, @eagles vs. @giants was a contender for the most tweeted-about game for Week 4. The birds came away with a 19-17 victory, but @TeamVic’s 2 TDs made him the most tweeted-about player during the game.
Tough game tonight man. We will bounce back. Big Blue!
— Victor Cruz ( @TeamVic) October 1, 2012
After Green Bay’s unforgettable loss last week that stirred up controversy on the field and on Twitter, the @packers managed to bounce back, just edging out the @saints. However, their win was not without dispute. While the officials may have changed, their blown calls did not. Fortunately for the Packers, it did not cost them the game.
Almost had a case of déjà vu.. But the green and hold pulled out a solid win! Go pack go!
— TJ Lang ( @TJLang70) October 1, 2012
While many games were close in Week 4, others were not. The @49ers 34-0 shutout against the @nyjets sparked @TimTebow chatter as some had predicted in preseason.
The fans have spoken: 63% say Tim Tebow should replace Mark Sanchez as the Jets’ starting QB. Agree? Sound off: on.fb.me/PSQvfn
— SportsCenter ( @SportsCenter) October 1, 2012
Meanwhile, Tebow’s former team, the @denver_broncos, took down the @raiders in another blowout.
Nice win, we will enjoy it (24 hour rule), but come 2morro, make corrections and prepare for the #Patriots. Another great challenge for us.
— Tracy Porter ( @T_Porter22) October 1, 2012
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Posted by Omid Ashtari - (@omid)
Head of Sports & Entertainment