Dec 29, 2017 / in Media Blog / by Cision Media Research

Winter is in full swing, and with sub-zero degrees outside what’s one to do but watch a game of your favorite sports team on TV. But do you also like to read game analysis, locker room news and sports talk after the game? Then follow these top 10 Washington Post sports staffers on Twitter certain to bring you the latest from the NFL, NBA, MLB, and more. Metrics were pulled on Dec. 29, 2017 and may change overtime.

1. Steven Goff — Soccer Reporter — 159,192

2. Kevin Blackistone — Sports Commentator — 92,237

3. Dan Steinberg — Sports Columnist & Blogger — 67,196

4. Cindy Boren — Sports Social Media Editor — 50,234

5. Tim Bontemps — National NBA Writer — 36,760

6. Adam Kilgore — National Sports Reporter — 33,859

7. Sally Jenkins — Sports Columnist — 25,326

8. Jerry Brewer — Sports Columnist — 24,831

9. Mark Maske — Football Reporter — 23,266

10. Chelsea Janes — Sports Reporter — 23,245


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