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Twitter erupts over TateGate



over the officiating in the Packers-Seahawks game blew up on the blogosphere on
Monday night and Tuesday.  Not only were NFL players critical of the
league and replacement refs, but entertainment icons and world political
leaders alike.  The Sports Hernia gathered some of the most notable Tweets
from the past 24 hours:


Jermichael Finley: Come on @NFL
this shit is getting out of Control. Caused us a DAMN game. Horrible!

Pete Carroll:WOW!!!
What a game!! Love our guys for battling all the way to the end and never
giving up! #Seahawks

Tim Gunn: Only thing
more tragic than that call is Seattle?s uniforms #SeattleSeeHurts #fallseason

Nelson Mandela: I didn?t
wrongly spend 27 years in prison for replacement refs to ruin the NFL #WTF

Stephen Hawkin: This shit
is beyond cray. Goodell need to wake da fuck up #ScabRefsBlow #wormhole

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad: Come on NFL!! Enuff is enuff… #NFL #DeathToInfadels

Bob Dylan: My Packers
got hosed. Bring back da real zebras all ready #NFL #WhoAmI?

Noam Chomsky: R u
seriouz NFL?? Every1 already new the NFL wuz fixed, but dis shit iz 2 obvi… #Conspiracy

Jesse ?The Mind? Ventura: Everyone
knows that Roger Goodall is in the league of shadows and has been monitoring
the brain waves Vikings fans for YEARS! #Truth

Bud Selig: HAHAHAHA! The NFL sucks, please watch the MLB playoffs! #CommishBud

Boo-Boo Bear: Someone
needs to put Steve Young on suicide watch #MNF

Queen Elizabeth: Refs got
it wrong: Bartman caught that ball!  But seriously, Goodell can suck my cock
#sickofit #diamondjubilee

Japanese Emperor Akihito: Goodell.
 You great shame to NFL. Come to Japan. Bukkake awaits #bentobox #jizz



  1. X

    September 26, 2012 at 3:36 am

    Sports Hernia:

    This is some of your finest work. I’m a long time reader of this blog and this is one of the best posts yet.

    Warm regards,


  2. Paolo X

    September 27, 2012 at 8:53 am

    The union and the people won. It was all about the greed of the owners all along anyway.

    At least Goodell, after defending the referees like a politician in an election, is man enough to do a 180 and figure out that he just plain got this one wrong just as he did the lockout before last season.

    The next battle will be about HGH testing, and on that one I actually side with the league and owners and not the NFLPA.

    Welcome back football.

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