We are currently watching a NFL game on Nickelodeon. 2021 might be off to an even wilder start than 2020, but it’s at least been harmless fun — slime can only cause so many issues, right?
Like with many new developments going on in the world today, Twitter had a reaction to it. But unlike a lot of the reactions we get on that social media platform nowadays, this one was hilarious. The creativity from users was on full display.
Check out some of the best tweets we have come across.
Nick explaining Manti Te’o’s girlfriend pic.twitter.com/XKbXg7Q77s
— Captain Ky Flint (@vaderky) January 10, 2021
me watching the playoffs on Nickelodeon pic.twitter.com/ufAaqhXazM
— Tim (@timmshady) January 10, 2021
— no context college football (@nocontextcfb) January 10, 2021
Nickelodeon every time a player curses during the game pic.twitter.com/upk8avnOKw
— Swish No Miss 🇬🇭 (@LarkSkin_B) January 10, 2021
I love how Nickelodeon thinks kids who have never seen football are watching this when it’s 98% adults doing it for nostalgia
— Tommy Smokes (@TomScibelli) January 10, 2021
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 10, 2021
Nickelodeon broadcast during injuries pic.twitter.com/tN7vPI9uMK
— Nathan Marzion (@nathanmarzion) January 10, 2021
nickelodeon explaining concussion protocol to da kids pic.twitter.com/oJfeCi6Kdg
— 1 (@HPJArt) January 10, 2021
nickelodeon when drew brees makes a bad throw pic.twitter.com/m6YkhqOEcz
— callie (@astroscallie) January 10, 2021
How does Nickelodeon explain fan emotions?
"Kids, if you're watching this broadcast with your parents, they may say some words you've never heard before. It may be said in anger and perhaps in joy.
These are the words you should look out for when watching:" pic.twitter.com/IFW7gF0129
— BungledTree (@UrinatingTree) January 10, 2021
Good luck explaining to children on Nickelodeon what a catch is. Adults sure don’t know.
— Field Gulls (@FieldGulls) January 10, 2021
The Nickelodeon broadcast of Bears-Saints is pretty great if you have kids. pic.twitter.com/mbpsS5Ig0Y
— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) January 10, 2021
We are just getting started here too. The content on Twitter is amazing, and the broadcast hasn’t been as cringeworthy as we might’ve imagined. This might not have been such a pointless and bad idea as I had originally thought.
Or … it’s at least fun for now. We’ll see if it’s the shock factor or if it actually has some staying power.
Follow Clint Lamb on Twitter @ClintRLamb.