Twitter is so incredible because millions of people can voice their opinions within seconds of an event occurring. However Twitter will also cause you to lose all hope in humanity because millions of people can voice their opinions within seconds of an event occurring. While the majority of people on Twitter only had sympathy for Adrian Peterson when the tragic news broke that he had lost his two-year-old son there were other individuals who were only worried how this vicious death would affect their fantasy football teams. How a human being could even have this thought enter their mind is beyond me, but then to post this vile, selfish notion on a social media platform for all to see makes me quite ill. Here are twenty people voicing their concern about their fantasy team instead of the welfare of Peterson, his slain son and his family. Sadly this despicable list could have easily been over 100 people. We bring this to your attention not to give these misguided and repulsive individuals attention or for you to engage them, but to bring awareness that unfortunately a large number of people’s moral priorities are in the absolute bottom of the sh*tter.
Adrian Peterson better play. Sorry man but you carry my fantasy team.
— Truman (@_TrumanMoore) October 11, 2013
Damn @ThatGuyKerryB your fantasy team can't seem to catch a break…. Poor Adrian Peterson what a terrible loss
— Stacy Macie (@stacymacieduh) October 11, 2013
Damn what happened to Adrian Peterson is rough, I don't know if to bench him or start him for my fantasy team now lol
— B (@itsbasim) October 11, 2013
@AdrianPeterson you're still gonna play on Sunday right? I need you in fantasy man
— Ｋｉｎｇ ｏｆ Ａｓｓｈｏｌｅｓ (@asshole_king) October 11, 2013
I wonder if Adrian Peterson's son is going to affect my fantasy football outcome this week.
— Experiment AJ (@stitchhands) October 11, 2013