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Fake Tweet Friday: Who's 4 Real?

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Welcome to Fake Tweet Friday. This feature of Y.A. Twittle examines the bizarre world of Phweeters (phony tweeters) -- the lonely and creative voices out there falsely claiming to be NFL players. This week we test your Twitter skills of perception. See if you can guess which of the Tweets below (if any) are written by real NFL player accounts.


A) Chad OchoCinco?: Yankees had a brawl in there game against the bluejays, wouldn't they win easily since half of them are on roids, I'm just saying(Yankees)

B) Plaxico Burress?: While in prison I think Im going to take classes on how to properly fit a gun into its holster.

C) Warren Sapp?: Only On Showtime!! RT @TjFaries: @QBKILLA you just made me laugh so hard I peed a little from your Inside the NFL opening.

D) Philip Rivers?: Oh no! LaToeInjury out for Sunday! Who will commit the drive-killing fumbles now?

E) Kyle Orton?: Don't worry @CutlerBears6 the finger doesn't hurt, turns out whiskey is one hell of a pain killer.

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A) Chad OchoCinco?: Yankees had a brawl in there game against the bluejays, wouldn't they win easily since half of them are on roids, I'm just saying(Yankees) REAL

B) Plaxico Burress?: While in prison I think Im going to take classes on how to properly fit a gun into its holster. FAKE

C) Warren Sapp?: Only On Showtime!! RT @TjFaries: @QBKILLA you just made me laugh so hard I peed a little from your Inside the NFL opening. REAL

D) Philip Rivers?: Oh no! LaToeInjury out for Sunday! Who will commit the drive-killing fumbles now? FAKE

E) Kyle Orton?: Don't worry @CutlerBears6 the finger doesn't hurt, turns out whiskey is one hell of a pain killer. FAKE

By Emil Steiner  |  September 18, 2009; 7:55 AM ET  | Category:  Chad Ochocinco , Chicago Bears , Cincinnati Bengals , Fake Tweet Friday , Kyle Orton , Philip Rivers , Plaxico Burress , San Diego Chargers , Warren Sapp Save & Share:  Send E-mail   Facebook   Twitter   Digg   Yahoo Buzz   Del.icio.us   StumbleUpon   Technorati  
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