Well, look who's on Twitter. At 11:35 a.m. Sunday, just minutes after her first Tweet, Kim Pegula had 909 followers. The follower frenzy was approaching 13,000 by the end of the week.
Not a bad first selfie, and not a bad first selfie hashtag.
Talk about some major pregame show buzz in Buffalo. #Bills Twitter lit up with this sentiment: "Tony Gonzalez just picked the #Bills to go to the Super Bowl!"
Wrong kind of buzz: Video of a "competitor" in the tailgate game "dizzy bat" went extremely viral, thanks in large part to this tweet and accompanying post on Deadspin.
At the end of the first quarter, #Bills Twitter celebrated as Tyrod Taylor hit Percy Harvin for a 51-yard score. Yes, that's THE Summer Sanders -- the Olympic champion became a Bills fan after marrying Western New York native Erik Schlopy, a three-time Olympian in alpine ski racing.
@BlackPopeFrancy, @SummerSanders_, @ginasabres
One fan celebrating at The Ralph had perfect (or terrible) timing on a touchdown. Karlos Williams is hidden behind the can, which made this highlight one for a certain beer company.
Among the thousands reveling at The Ralph was Sabres rookie Jack Eichel, part of a Sabres crew at the game that included, left to right, defenseman Matt Donovan, Matt Moulson (whose house Eichel is staying in), Sam Reinhart and Eichel.
A touching tribute from Aaron Williams occurred in the fourth quarter, after he nabbed an interception. He ran out of bounds, along the sideline, then made his way to the end zone to do the "InFredible Hulk" celebration made famous by his good friend ...
Harry Scull Jr./Buffalo News
... Fred Jackson, pictured here doing his celebration for the final time as a Bill after he scored on the Bills' opening possession of their third preseason game.
James P. McCoy/ Buffalo News
In case you were clicking back and forth to compare their form, here's a side-by-side look.
James P. McCoy (left) and Harry Scull Jr./Buffalo News
Jackson appreciated the gesture, as he responded to Williams on Twitter using the photo taken by The News' Harry Scull Jr.
Williams also used the photo taken by The News' Harry Scull Jr. as his Twitter profile picture.
The image was also used as our poster page in our NFL Monday section.
The Indianapolis Star sports section was not shy in describing the loss in Buffalo.
Our NFL Monday cover, featuring James P. McCoy's photo of Harvin reeling in the 51-yard touchdown catch from Taylor.
Our NFL Monday centerpiece goes BIG to break down the game, including this photo, taken by James P. McCoy, of Boobie Dixon leaping in for a score.