The hottest new game on the Internet is "Destroy Doug Gottlieb's terrible tweet about Andrew Luck's resignation," and Troy Aikman may just have taken the lead.
Gottlieb, the former basketball player of Notre Dame and Oklahoma State, who has since made one career as a professional pollster, launched the game on Saturday when he released this gem of a tweet.
Retirement because rehabilitation is "too heavy" is the thousandth thing that ever existed #AndrewLuck
– Doug Gottlieb @ GottliebShow) August 25, 2019
With this Tweet said goodbye to Gottlieb of a well-respected player who simply could not cope with the physical and mental strain of his frequent injuries, and turned him into a lazy millennium joke.
Hordes of Twitter users responded quickly and provided tens of thousands of responses and quote tweets in response to Gottlieb.
Aikman was the first person who responded to Gottlieb, only his The response was possibly the worst, thanks to the emphatic swear words of a normally unfussy broadcaster and the fact that he was looking for a co-worker (Aikman sends for Fox, while Gottlieb regularly returns to Fox Sports Radio and Fox Sports 1 can be seen).
Something tells us that Aikman is not make many appearances in Gottlieb's show progress, unless Gottlieb overruled this self-created Luck fiasco.
On a day when the Colts fans brought luck to the field, Gottlieb still managed to surpass the claim of luck critics.
The wave of critics that met Gottlieb in the hours before Aikman's Heumacher was just breathtaking.
Doug, I hope you're kidding and not just looking for attention, that's just a ridiculous attitude
– Mike Golic (@spngolic) Aug 25, 2019
There's so much evidence that persistent football hits lead to debilitating lifelong injuries, and the experts still behave as if the people who oppose it are https: // t. co / 0xWVJTzclU
– Steadman ™ (@AsteadWesley) August 25, 2019
They appear only in my feed if you have an extremely bad attitude, which unfortunately means you are there all the time.
– Daniel Dale (@ddale8) August 25, 2019  Imagine, the untimely end of a person's career, complicated by physical and mental problems, is the perfect opportunity to get rid of your jokes , https://t.co/Xf3gpSoV38[19459003)SarahSpain(@SarahSpain) August 25, 2019
If you retire at the age of 29 and have a degree from Stanford with a salary of nearly US $ 100 million Dollars are the thousandth thing ever, then the Millennials are doing well. https://t.co/EyNZdpeukV[19459003lightboxes-JoshNorris(@jnorris427) August 25, 2019
It's not time now to say stupid sh **
– Damien Woody (@ damienwoody) August 25, 2019
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