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The Caw: Movie Buff Terrell Suggs Reacts To Oscars

Posted Mar 3, 2014

Perhaps nobody was watching the Oscars more intently than Ravens OLB Terrell Suggs.


I don’t know anyone more into films than Terrell Suggs.

The guy’s locker is full of DVDs. He’s constantly got one playing in his locker, drawing the gaze of a couple nearby players and bored reporters. His Team Sizzle Worldwide production company has put out several films, including ones Suggs has helped write.

So when it came to watching last night’s Oscars, Suggs was an entertaining follow on Twitter.

He tweeted the ENTIRE time, and was keeping a running tally of whether he got his predictions right. Seems that he at least went 17-for-21, a pretty impressive showing.

Below are some of Suggs’ reactions (Mobile users click “View In Browser” at the top of this page). Check his timeline for the full commentary.

When “12 Years a Slave” won Best Picture:


When Matthew McConaughey won Best Actor in a Leading Role for “Dallas Buyers Club”:

When “Frozen” beat out “Despicable Me 2” for Best Animated Feature:


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