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The Morning Score
February 4, 2015
A better script could not have been written by even the most brilliant minds in Hollywood.
Down 19-7 with only 4 minutes to go before facing the reality of missing a chance at a 2-peat, Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson led his team to a thrilling 28-22 overtime victory over the Green Bay Packers. Handfuls of disgruntled Seattle Seahawks fans who lost faith and exited the stadium BC (before comeback) were denied re-entry and missed the finale of their franchise’s most exciting game. Packers head coach Mike McCarthy gave his post game interview through tear-stained eyes. Russell Wilson and teammates, humbled by the magnitude of their unlikely feat, joined hands through their own tears in prayer.
A sight to behold.
As is the case whenever a major “something” rocks the world of sports, the social media reaction humorously chronicled the day’s events.
Our own Morning Score host, Erica Renee Davis, acknowledged that the NFC Championship would be a tough act to follow.
Ellen DeGeneres expressed her loyalty to Rodgers and to the Pack despite the fact they fell short.
Stuart Scott, according to W. Kamau Bell, weighed in from heaven
And if you’re lucky enough to fly out of Seattle today on Alaskan Airlines, bottoms up!
A tweet and meme from Nestle Snipes best sums up how all Packers fans are feeling today.
Besides the “Phantom Flag,” the other big story coming out of Big D last night was the scene in Jerry Jones’s press box.
In plain view, Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey was turned all the way up, celebrating with Jerry himself as Tony Romo and the ‘Boys got themselves a meeting with the Pack at Lambeau for the NFC divisional round.
Twitterverse went wild.
How dare the Governor of the great state of New Jersey express any outward affinity for any NFL team other than the Jets or the Giants? Especially the Cow
girlsboys!? Especially when those Cowboys play in a stadium hundreds of miles away from where his home state’s constituents reside? Especially when he miiiiight throw himself into the mix for 2016, and everyone knows voters judge the candidate by the team for whom they cheer. Wait, what?
Seems stupid, right, that anyone would even care. Todd Christie, Governor Christie’s spitfire little brother, thinks so.
He took to his Facebook page earlier today to set the record straight.
In other words, a lot of you out there are also overweight, possibly unattractive and probably cheer for ring-less teams, so as the Governor himself would say, “shut up.”
I’m a little sister, so trust me; I know how it feels to get riled up about anything that anyone says about MY big sister. We all get it because we all do it. Most of us, however, don’t have siblings who have presidential aspirations. Kudos to you, little brother Todd.
Forget about the Governor, Todd Christie’s the one to watch.