Significantly more votes on one of these matchups than on the other three. Huh. Moving right along:
(2) Misanthropes vs. (15) Hack in Vegas
@AndyGlockner If you value the truth, Andy, please rethink your assumptions. You are being mislead by misanthropes with an agenda.Thoughts/context: The original stitched tweat.
— RJ Bell (@RJinVegas) December 2, 2013
@ItsASham @ViewFromVegas The ViewFromVegas is that you're a HackInVegas who should jump off a BuildingInVegasThoughts/context: Harsh? Maybe.
— thickSLICING (@thickSLICING) September 13, 2013
(7) Office Pools vs. (10) Bill Collects Flesh
Not if you're in an office pool. @StatsInTheWild Losing year in what sense? .512 winning percentage is a losing year.Thoughts/context: Those offseason improvements sure went well.
— Aaron Schatz (@FO_ASchatz) December 30, 2013
OK, so I saw this: http://t.co/Maw8NXrP0n. Gave me the inspiration for this: http://t.co/OaZcEOTW09. I'm so very very sorry.Thoughts/context: Quite the FO showdown. #blockityBLOCK
— Kunks Even (@Kunk7) August 16, 2013
(6) Yearning vs. (11) Rocket Car
@NotNeifi Appreciate the support - rarely any logic to those types of tweets - just a futile yearning to be significant.Thoughts/context: Not quite what @NotNeifi meant, but we'll go with it!
— RJ Bell (@RJinVegas) January 23, 2013
If you give out game projections that vary wildly from prevailing betting lines, you should live in a gold house w/ rocket car or shut up.Thoughts/context: Reminiscent of #DTotY14 Cinderella "Never Buy Picks".
— thickSLICING (@thickSLICING) October 10, 2013
(3) Such an Asshole vs. (14) Cities DOOMED
@vegaswatch I'm looking into the errors. Danny is human and makes mistakes, but you don't have to be such an asshole about it.Thoughts/context: The 19-1 sentence still cracks me up every time. Insider tho.
— Aaron Schatz (@FO_ASchatz) December 20, 2013
Cleveland. Detroit. Buffalo. St. Louis. All cities DOOMED in the NFL...no Free Agent would want to go there.Thoughts/context: It's too bad he didn't include Seattle in this tweet; Fezz really focused on how Seattle can never be the best team in the NFL in this summer 2013 Millman podcast.
— Steve Fezzik (@FezzikSports) September 27, 2013