It can be overwhelming, so Athlon is here to help keep up with your favorite team all season long.
Keeping up with your favorite team can be an all-consuming task. We’re here to help indulge that need to follow all aspects of the NFL on Twitter.
For all 32 teams, we’re picking the best Twitter accounts for each franchise. They run the gamut from players, coaches, executives, traditional media, bloggers or simply accounts that keep us informed and entertained.
Whether you’re a Twitter neophyte or simply trying to spice up your feed for football season, we’re here to help. And it all starts with the Indianapolis Colts official twitter account:
@NFLColts (Followers: 87,223)
Note: Followers as of date of publication, July 24, 2012
Top Colts To Follow:
I find it amazing how well the kickers and punters do in the twitter-sphere. Especially, ones who get arrested for swiming drunkingly down the Broad Ripple canal with little to no attire. Boom Stick is right.
There is, without a doubt, one NFL owner who stands above all the rest when it comes to twitter. And that, of course, is the Colts' Jim Irsay. His random torts, rants and general goofiness is well worth the follow: @JimIrsay
The Colts Beat:
Phillip B. Wilson, Indianapolis Star sportswriter: @pwilson24 (9,833 followers)
Mike Chappell, Colts beat writer for Indianapolis Star: @mchappell51 (4,745)
Tom James, Colts beat writer for Terre Haute Tribune-Star: @TribStarTJames (1,147)
Reggie Hayes, Columnist for The News-Sentinel who covers the Colts: @reggiehayes1 (691)
Nate Dunlevy, AFC South Correspondent for Bleacher Report: @natedunlevy (3,534)
Colts Blog Roll:
While Phillip Wilson covers the team for the great Indy Star, the blog to bookmark is ColtsInsider.com
Every NFL team has a "buzztap" twitter following and the Colts version is, of course: @coltsbuzztap (20,731)
The SB Nation blog to visit each day is StampedeBlue.com and can be followed @StampedeBlue. Brad Wells is the head blogger for the site and twitter handle.
The ESPN AFC South blog is run by Paul Kuharsky and you can follow him @ESPN_AFCSouth
No. 32: Jacksonville Jaguars
No. 31: St. Louis Rams
No. 30: Minnesota Vikings
No. 29: Indianapolis Colts
No. 28: Wed., July 25
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Related: 2012 Indianapolis Colts Schedule Analysis
- by Braden Gall