NFL Week 4: 32 tweets for 32 teams

Week 4 is where things  are supposed to become a little clearer. The refs are back, so football should start getting back to normal? Photo: Bill Wippert/AP

OKLAHOMA CITY, October 2, 2012 — Week 4 is where things  are supposed to become a little clearer. The refs are back, so football should start getting back to normal? Here are 32 tweets for all 32 NFL teams. All in 140 characters or less.


Buffalo Bills: Started off great, but gave up 52 points to NE. Isn’t this defense supposed to be their strength?

Miami Dolphins: The Dolphins have actually been much better than anticipated. Blew a chance in OT, but still had a chance.

New England Patriots: Put up 52 on the Bills. Back at .500.

New York Jets: More of a disaster than anyone thought. Completely shut out this week. Tebow Time not far off?

Baltimore Ravens: Beat up the Browns, but game was a little closer than it should have been. 

Cincinnati Bengals: AJ Green is emerging more and more every week as an elite WR. 

Cleveland Browns: Hung with the Ravens, but still lost. Is there a win on the schedule? 

Pittsburgh Steelers: Bye week. 

Houston Texans: Making a case for the best team in the league. Defense has come up huge.

Indianapolis Colts: Bye week, but still sad news. Head Coach Pagano has cancer. Prayers to him.

Jacksonville Jaguars: Not doing anything that would make anyone believe that team will be good. Ever.

Tennessee Titans: Made Texans look like the best team in the league. Locker got rocked. Not sure if it will matter. CJ2K finally had a good week, though.

Denver Broncos: Manning bounced back but it was against Oakland so it doesn’t count.

Kansas City Chiefs: Wow. How much longer can they put up with Cassel?

Oakland Raiders: Who knows.

San Diego Chargers: Beat up the Chiefs. Not much to say, but still a win. 


Dallas Cowboys: Romo did his best Jay Cutler impression this week.

New York Giants: Made it interesting against Philly. Should have won, but kick came up short.

Philadelphia Eagles: Is this team any good? They keep winning, but it’s ugly.

Washington Redskins: Let Tampa back in the game. Won with a last second fg. 

Chicago Bears: The secret to making Cutler look good? Just play against Romo every week.

Detroit Lions: Gave up a TD on a punt and a kick off two weeks in a row. Inexcusable. 

Green Bay Packers: Tried to give it away against New Orleans. Almost got screwed by a call for the second week.

Minnesota Vikings: Maybe the biggest surprise team of the year next to the Cardinals.

Atlanta Falcons: Made a big comeback to beat the Panthers. The offense is locked and loaded. Raise your hand if your opponent had Ryan in fantasy. Ugh.

Carolina Panthers: Cam needs to cool it with the theatrics until he gets a few more W’s.

New Orleans Saints: Almost beat the Packers but still haven’t won a game. Maybe coaching is more valuable than we thought. 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Made a nice run against Washington. Freeman looks like he has regressed.

Arizona Cardinals: Biggest surprise team of the season. Defense is stout. 

St. Louis Rams: Already has 2 wins which is already an improvement on last year. Both wins have been against decent teams, too.

San Francisco 49ers: Shut down the Jets. Clicking on every facet of the game. 

Seattle Seahawks: Lost to the Rams but beat the Packers. Needed the refs again this week.

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Jason Black is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma where he recieved a B.A. in Journalism.  While at OU he served as Sports Director for the University television station.  He has recieved multiple awards for public speaking and comedy.

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