Before we get to the lists of who to follow, let’s take a look at some stats. Last year, the Super Bowl was the topic of almost 50% of all tweets at one point in time during the game, and this year, one-third of @NFL players in the playoffs have Twitter accounts. It’ll be interesting to see if the Super Bowl has a larger share of all tweets this year as opposed to last.
The two teams and some of their players:
@jharrison9292 – James Harrison
@mvp86hinesward – Hines Ward
@tpolamalu – Troy Polamalu
@AaronRodgers12 – Aaron Rodgers
@ClayMatthews52 – Clay Matthews
@NickBarnett – Nick Barnett
The host committee set up an account for the event: @NTSuperBowl. Several local media outlets will be tweeting throughout the week. A few include: @WFAASuperBowl, @dallas_news, @startelegram and @espndallas.
To track all Super Bowl-related tweets, check out the NFL’s site. It’s definitely worth a look.