NFL Week 2: 32 tweets for 32 teams

Week 2 was more confusing than Week 1. The Pats lost to Arizona? Are the Eagles good or not? Here are 32 tweets for all 32 NFL teams. All in 140 characters or less. Photo: AP

OKLAHOMA CITY, September 18, 2012 — Week 2 was more confusing than Week 1. The Pats lost to Arizona? Are the Eagles good or not? 

Here are 32 tweets for all 32 NFL teams. All in 140 characters or less:

AFC

Buffalo Bills: Horrible first game turned into a great second game. Although it was against the Chiefs, but the Bills dominated every part of the game.

Miami Dolphins: Just when you thought they might be the worst team in the league they make the Raiders look worse. Where did Reggie Bush come from?

New England Patriots: Easy win against the Cardinals. No problem…wait…what? They lost?

New York Jets: Sanchez looked like Sanchez. Tebow had a good run. This is how this soap opera team will be every week.

Baltimore Ravens: Lost by 1 point to the Eagles. This team could win the Super Bowl but this is a game they should have won. 

Cincinnati Bengals: They got the win but they made Brandon Weeden look like he forgot about Week 1. 

Cleveland Browns: My new fantasy strategy of cherry picking the defense that plays the Browns already blew up. 

Pittsburgh Steelers: After a disappointing first week, the Steelers took it to the Jets. 

Houston Texans: Probably the best rushing tandem with Tate and Foster. Didn’t even have to throw it much and still put up 27 points.

Indianapolis Colts: Luck gets his first win. Took Manning a little longer to get his. Already improved from last year.

Jacksonville Jaguars: Terrible.

Tennessee Titans: More terrible? Probably not, but bad.

Denver Broncos: Manning had 3 picks. Ouch. Almost came back to win it but too many errors.

Kansas City Chiefs: Most terrible? Maybe.

Oakland Raiders: More most terrible? Wow the AFC is not looking good.

San Diego Chargers: 2-0! I believe! Don’t worry they will find a way to mess up or lose in the first round of the playoffs. 

NFC

Dallas Cowboys: “Oh no! We suck again!”

New York Giants: Horrible first half, unbelievable second half. Manning had 510 yards. BTW, raise your hand if your opponent had Manning in fantasy. Ugh.

Philadelphia Eagles: 2-0. Won both games by 2 points combined. 9 turnovers in both games combined. How is this team undefeated?

Washington Redskins: RGIII couldn’t do it 2 weeks in a row, but still played well. Mental mistakes and injuries really hurt.

Chicago Bears: Cutler made Weeden look like a HOFer.

Detroit Lions: Should have lost week 1. Lost to probably the best team in the league in week 2. Can’t tell how good they really are.

Green Bay Packers: Bounced back against the Bears. Not great defense took apart Cutler.

Minnesota Vikings: 1-1 and could easily be 0-2. These guys have a lot of work to do.

Atlanta Falcons: Picked P Manning 3 times. Offense didn’t score like last week, but defense picked it up.

Carolina Panthers: Cam played better this week. Beat a division rival, which is good.

New Orleans Saints: Only 0-2 team in the NFC. Play 0-2 KC next week. 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Couldn’t keep up with E Manning. Who could?

Arizona Cardinals: 2-0 but they have only beaten the Seahawks and the Patriots. Whatever, no big deal. They don’t even know which QB they like. 


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