The morning after a Green Bay Packers loss – heck the first few minutes after a Packers loss – are brutal. Considering the way the Packers lost yesterday, one can only imagine the lamenting, the whati-ifs, the angst being displayed worldwide among Packers fans.
Well, one of the best gauges of that anguish these days is Twitter. The vehicle for instantaneous joy in victory and despair in defeat was working overtime yesterday and into this morning with fans registering complaints, suggestions, questions and brutal criticism of everyone from Aaron Rodgers to the referees.
I did a bit of digging (but not a lot because I would have been digging for weeks) to offer up some of what I saw as the best tweets available out there on the interweb.
You may enjoy some of these, you might not.
Anyway, know that you’re not the only one suffering from this setback.
“If you’ve got a nervous stomach at home, join the club,” Larry McCarren says on #Packers radio.
— Jeff Ash (@JeffAshPG) September 22, 2013
I never thought the Packers would NEED a bye week by Week 4. But they need a bye week.
— Aaron Nagler (@Aaron_Nagler) September 22, 2013
AFC North has slightly turned things around this week: 3-0 so far with wins over Packers, Texans & Vikings.
— Eye on Football (@EyeOnNFL) September 22, 2013
Hopefully none of you broke anything watching the game and can try and enjoy the rest of the day. #Packers
— Packer Nation (@Packer_Nation) September 22, 2013
What happened the last time da Bears were in first place? The Packers won the SuperBowl #GoPackGo
— Only In Wisconsin (@onlyinWI) September 22, 2013
— Green Bay Packers (@packers) September 22, 2013
Last time the Packers forced 6 turnovers and lost? 1955
— trey wingo (@wingoz) September 22, 2013
— Packer Perspective (@PackPerspective) September 22, 2013
Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy gives Aaron Rodgers death … – FanSided http://t.co/PmKTvCYXCY
— Green Bay Packers (@PackerNews) September 22, 2013
— Jay Sorgi (@jsorgi) September 23, 2013
Aaron Rodgers is 5-17 in games decided by 4 points or less #Packers
— NFL Stats (@NFL_Stats) September 23, 2013
— Packers News (@PGPackersNews) September 23, 2013
Geno Atkins received a PFF grade of -2.9 vs. the Packers; the lowest in his 4 year career. His first negative grade since 2011.
— Nathan Jahnke (@PFF_NateJahnke) September 23, 2013
5 things to know from Bengals’ 34-30 win over Packers http://t.co/6qLMIVDCMJ
— AP NFL (@AP_NFL) September 23, 2013
— Mike Hallihan (@MikeHallihan) September 23, 2013
Only time I am glad I live in the KC area is after a Packers loss. Probably what keeps me somewhat sane
— Josh K (@JoshKlein87) September 23, 2013
NFL Week 3: Packers learn, painfully, what ‘reversal of fortune’ means – Los Angeles Times http://t.co/8DdaRdvMgS
— GreenBay Packers Fan (@NFLPackers_Fans) September 23, 2013
— Bryan Pier (@bryancpier) September 23, 2013
What do Big Ben, C. Newton, M. Stafford, and C. Kapernick have in common? They all set personal bests for passing yards against the Packers
— Kyle Cousineau (@KCousineau09) September 23, 2013
— Chris Frisk (@CfFrisk) September 23, 2013
Espn just did a contender or pretender bit on the packers and niners. They have to be joking
— Bob Polglaze (@BobPolglaze) September 23, 2013
— Jason Collins (@Jcollins205) September 23, 2013
— Bob McGinn (@BobMcGinn) September 23, 2013
The NFL Network gives the Packers more love after they lose than they give the Pats after they win.
— chris simoneau (@chris_simoneau) September 23, 2013
Bakhtiari deserves blame for batted pass, but Packers didn’t help by calling the same type of pass over and over again. Easy to time leap.
— Adam Czech (@adamczech) September 23, 2013
House: “I guess we have to get five turnovers. I really don’t how we lost the game. Maybe you can tell us what happened.” #Packers
— Tyler Dunne (@TyDunne) September 23, 2013