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Five most memorable Broncos on Twitter

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Sunday night, the Broncos play their latest biggest game of the season versus the unbeaten Kansas City Chiefs -- and Twitter's a great way to get insight into the team.

But which players are the best tweeters? We've picked out our favorites, showcased below via multiple tweets and photos that demonstrate how they've mastered those 140 characters.

Check out the top five below.

Number 5: Mitch Unrein Unrein, a defensive tackle originally from Eaton Colorado, proclaims that he's "Always a Wyoming Cowboy!" He also had some recent good news to share, as seen in this tweet:

Unrein is definitely a patriot....

...and a gun-rights supporter:

But he can also be funny, too, as witnessed by this post....

...and he loves the city where he plays:

Continue to keep counting down the five most memorable Broncos on Twitter. Number 4: Julius Thomas Tight end Julius Thomas is one of the most earnest Broncos on Twitter. His posts tend to be consistently upbeat....

...and sometimes sweet....

He even sees the positives in negativity:

In fact, the nastiest tweet we found had to do with a certain vegatable....

...as it applies to his grub:

But even then, it's constructive criticism.

Is there an endorsement deal in Thomas's future?

Continue to keep counting down the five most memorable Broncos on Twitter. Number 3: Eric Decker Yes, a lot of wide receiver Eric Decker's tweets are promotional: The guy's got a fledgling reality TV career to hype. But he shares a lot of memorable content -- and we're not just talking about photos of his super-hot wife, Jessie James:

There are also pictorial odes to Colorado....

...and King Soopers displays....

Still, be prepared to keep your jealousy in check:

Continue to keep counting down the five most memorable Broncos on Twitter. Number 2: Demaryius Thomas Miss Tim Tebow? Well, don't worry, because wide receiver Demaryius Thomas has you covered when it comes to faith-filled tweets like this one, which he's repeated oodles of times....

He also gets holy in a post about his ailing coach, John Fox:

But he's also known to feature the occasional oddball photo, like this one....

...as well as this expression of Broncos love:

And then there's this, about, er, cupping:

Continue to keep counting down the five most memorable Broncos on Twitter. Number 1: Duke Ihenacho Ihenacho, a breakout star at safety this season, tweets a lot about a wide array of subjects. He'll share funny stuff like this....

...and this.

Even his TMI tweets are funny, like this one....

...and he's not afraid to be opinionated, as he shows when taking on fantasy football.

He also asks important existential questions. Such as:

Send your story tips to the author, Michael Roberts.

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