Twitter reacts to man on roof at Cowboys’ practice ahead of matchup with Patriots
An unknown man was spotted on the roof during Dallas Cowboys’ practice on Wednesday ahead of their Week 12 matchup against the New England Patriots, and social media had some fun with it.
Calvin Watkins of the Dallas Morning News shared an image of a single, unidentified figure overlooking the Cowboys’ session from the roof of an adjacent building.
Earlier today we saw someone on the roof at Cowboys practice. pic.twitter.com/1soRBz96n1
— Calvin Watkins (@calvinwatkins) November 20, 2019
Immediately, Twitter pointed the finger at the Cowboys’ opposition.
I just Zoomed in smh pic.twitter.com/j76FzP2jsp
— (@itsproperlujah) November 20, 2019
— Jim Monticello (@grownsup) November 20, 2019
Patriots are getting sloppy! You can’t let people see you spying on opposing teams practices!!!
— KXNGDope_ (@bondzthegreat) November 20, 2019
Member of the Patriots Staff pic.twitter.com/nWeHJqaF8C
— Andre’Jackson6-4 (@therealdre_jack) November 20, 2019
— HotBoy (@214bigZ) November 20, 2019
Others, however, had some alternative explanations:
It was the Houston Astros Camera Guy just practicing for next year….
— Shawn (@SPJZ) November 20, 2019
— Byron Mitchell (@ByronMitch) November 20, 2019
Kaepernick show up at the wrong practice again?
— Tejas Hombre (@kd36) November 20, 2019
Even if the man’s presence was most likely harmless, the Patriots theory is not too far-fetched, especially considering their history, even just this year alone.