Imagine this: You’re at a Baltimore Ravens game. It’s third down and there are ten seconds left in the half. Quarterback Joe Flacco throws the ball to running back Javorius Allen, who breaks a tackle and scores, putting the Ravens ahead by eight points.
You cheer with the rest of the crowd, then look down at your phone to see a photo of that touchdown on Twitter – ready for you to like, comment on and share with your friends. Continue Reading