What’s Trending in Orlando: #Eta #Brady #TampaBay and #Pfizer

Monday morning trends in Orlando as we exit out of our crazy election week are focused on severe weather off our western coast. A prime time football let down. And some promising news in the fight against COVID 19.

Tropical Storm Eta: TS Eta was swirling off the southwestern coast of Florida overnight bringing rain across the state after causing flooding in some areas. Eta has already caused a considerable amount of damage in Central America. Models have it going in a few different directions over the course of the week. It’s presence has already caused various closures around Florida (story HERE).

Tampa Bay Buccaneers thrashed on Sunday Night Football by the New Orleans Saints 38-3: It wasn’t pretty. Not even a little bit. Drew Brees and the Saints came to Tampa on Sunday night and absolutely destroyed Tom Brady and the Bucs. The outcome of the game along with the Seattle Seahawks losing to the Buffalo Bills yesterday afternoon throws the entire state of the NFC into question. If not the Bucs, if not the Seahawks, If not the Packers, then who? (story HERE)

Pfizer: Is reporting some positive news from their vaccine trial with results that illustrate an effectiveness of 90 percent. (story HERE). The news has sent their stock surging despite the possibility that a roll out of any vaccines could still be a couple of months away at the very least.

Stay with FTR for more of what’s trending in Orlando everyday.

Trends are a compilation of data taken from Twitter, Facebook, and Google with geographical parameters of the Orlando area.

Frank Torres is a Pro Content Producer and Media Personality. When he’s not blogging, podcasting, or shooting videos on FTR he’s helping others grow their operations. He splits his time between Green Bay Wisconsin and Orlando Florida and misses his time in the military everyday.

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