One sure way of identifying the most passionate Peyton Manning fans is their use of the middle name given to him in honor of his quarterbacking prowess:
Peyton Fucking Manning — or PFM for short.
When news broke early yesterday that Manning would be announcing his retirement at a press conference scheduled for 11 a.m. today, plenty of Peyton boosters took to Twitter. And his profane honorific got plenty of action, often accompanied by photos, graphics and even a video during which Broncos players can be heard hollering "Peyton Fucking Manning" during Super Bowl 50.
Continue to count down our twenty favorite Peyton Fucking Manning retirement tweets.
Peyton Fucking Manning— Daniel Diaz Perez (@DJayPerry) March 7, 2016
PFM, Peyton Fucking Manning, Papa John, PMoney, Peyton #Broncos— Coach Mean (@blduman) March 7, 2016
Peyton Fucking Manning. Thank you. pic.twitter.com/oW2oek8GWN— Bryce Otanez (@BryceOtanez12) March 7, 2016
PEYTON FUCKING MANNING EVERYONE— Christina Renee (@stinanelson21) March 6, 2016
When you realize you've been on Twitter since 6 am reading and tweeting about Peyton Fucking Manning.— BroncoGreg (@Elway4ever) March 7, 2016
damn.... Peyton fucking Manning salute— T y a n n a (@tyannnaaa_xo) March 6, 2016
Continue to keep counting down our twenty favorite Peyton Fucking Manning retirement tweets.
Peyton Fucking Manning. What a career! Thanks for what you did with the Broncos.. And thank you for retiring— MeganElla (@muglife93) March 6, 2016
Thank you to the man, myth and legend Peyton Fucking Manning for all the joy you've brought to Colorado these past 4 years— Alex Beekman (@beekermanalex) March 6, 2016
Peyton fucking Manning. Enough said.— Naissa (@TexasVegetarian) March 6, 2016
thank you Peyton Fucking Manning.... one of greatest to ever do it. Congratulations on a storied and iconic career.— Trykowski (@BTRY94) March 6, 2016
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