Overheard On Twitter: Sam Ficken Subtweeting The Steelers
New Pittsburgh Steelers kicker Josh Scobee — who was acquired via trade with the Jacksonville Jaguars a week ago — is having a rough night. The veteran kicker missed two first-half field goals from distances an NFL kicker should connect from, and Penn State Twitter kindly presented the Steelers with a solution to its kicking woes: sign Sam Ficken.
Even Ficken himself joined in on the fun, sending the subtweet to end all subtweets over to the Steelers, letting the team know what it’s missing out on.
…. Right over here
— Sam Ficken (@sficken1) September 11, 2015
Penn State Twitter, as usual, posted some phenomenal tweets in support of everyone’s favorite kicker — who somehow still remains a free agent. Take a look at some of the best Ficken-to-Pittsburgh tweets of the night:
sam ficken has gone from the virginia game to a total badass who can go hard and call out nfl teams on twitter i love him so much
— Bill (@bflip33) September 11, 2015
— Onward State (@OnwardState) September 11, 2015
My man Ficken would’ve made that
— Adam Taliaferro (@Tali43) September 11, 2015
Sam Ficken wants the Pittsburgh Steelers to know he is still available. http://t.co/mGpX8o68DZ
— Black Shoe Diaries (@BSDtweet) September 11, 2015
Sign Sam Ficken (clap)(clap)(clap-clap-clap)
— David Abruzzese (@abruz11) September 11, 2015
— Nicholas Colella (@PSU_guard20) August 10, 2015
Forreal tho @steelers Sam Ficken is the answer
— Slim Jimmy (83-55) (@GoBiggLexxi) September 11, 2015
So, Pittsburgh, take the hint. Forget the fact that you sent a sixth-round pick to Jacksonville for Scobee. Ficken is the answer.
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