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ICYMI Recap: LeGarrett Blunt “Live Tweets” Playoff Game

Robert Alvarez
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January 18, 2016 at 11:30 am ET

ICYMI Recap: LeGarrett Blunt “Live Tweets” Playoff Game(PHOTO: Steve Balestrieri - PatsFans.com)
Posted: Jan 18, 2016 11:30
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New England Patriots running back LeGarrett Blount has been on injured reserve with a hip injury after a win over the Houston Texans back in December. On Twitter during Sunday’s AFC Divisional match up with the Chiefs, Blount became a fan himself as he was seen “live tweeting” the game as he watched it unfold. Check out the game from Blounts perspective below.

WARNING: Some tweets NSFW with language.

Pregame:

Gronk’s first touchdown.

Various sights and sounds during the game.

The Chandler Jones forced fumble.

Gronks second touchdown.

The final score.

Expect Blount to be even more active on social media as the playoffs continue. The injury was a tough hit, but he certainly remains supportive from the sidelines.

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