- You can bet on whether or not Antonio Brown will tweet during Super Bowl 54
- AB has been extremely active on Twitter since his departure from the NFL
- Brown has tweeted during Wild Card Weekend, the Divisional Round and the Conference Championships
Antonio Brown has been making waves on social media for all the wrong reasons ever since his departure from the NFL. His Twitter account is so active, that it even inspired a translator to try and make sense of his bizarre tweets.
Oddsmakers believe AB’s social media activity is bound to continue beyond the Super Bowl, and is offering a prop on whether or not he’ll tweet during the big game.
Will Antonio Brown Tweet During Super Bowl 54?
Odds taken Jan. 20th
Brown has been starving for attention ever since his NFL career cratered. With all eyes on the football world on February 2nd, it seems hard to believe he’ll stay out of the limelight.
— AB (@AB84) January 5, 2020
Super Bowl 54 Will Provide Plenty of Ammo
The 49ers vs Chiefs matchup will provide AB with plenty of opportunity to seek out sympathy. The most talented wide receiver on either team, Tyreek Hill, has a list of off field problems that rival Brown’s.
Don’t be surprised if AB tries to shed light on that.
It’s easy to imagine Brown pointing out the second and third chances that Hill’s received from the league, while wondering why his phone isn’t ringing off the hook with NFL interest.
If Brown is paying attention to the league, and there’s no reason to think he’s not, he’ll probably know that two of the potential stars of the game, Deebo Samuel and Travis Kelce, ranked top-10 in the NFL in dropped passes this season. AB had possibly the most reliable hands in the league during his prime, so if anyone drops the ball he’ll be quick to point out how he’d never let that happen.
I’m still the best in the game hated or love it ask your daddy
— AB (@AB84) January 5, 2020
Brown Has Been Active on Game Day
It’s rare that Brown goes an entire day without tweeting. So far during the playoffs he’s been active on twitter every day there’s been a game.
Word around town I’m the MVP
— AB (@AB84) January 20, 2020
Granted, most of his game day tweets have focused on his failing rap career, but the beauty of this prop is that the tweet doesn’t have to have anything to do with football in order for the wager to cash. Brown can tweet about his album, his beefs, or how everyone is out to get him and you can still get paid.
However, with Super Bowl 54 taking place in his own backyard, I’m betting that he can’t resist tweeting about how he’d run circles around the corners on either team, or how much more skilled he is than any receiver on the field.
AB is desperate to stay relevant and Super Bowl Sunday is a can’t miss way to draw attention on himself. Look for him to be even more active than usual on social media during the big game.
Pick: Yes (-200)
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