How much do fans of the Denver Broncos and the San Diego Chargers hate each other? Well, there's a list of mean jokes about the other team on fan forums connected to bothDenverBroncos.com
To get you ready for tonight's crucial Denver-San Diego face-off, we pitted the rival gags against each other, photo-illustration style. Who wins? You be the referee.
Target: Denver Q: What do the Broncos getting blown out in a game and a used car have in common?
A: They both got owned.
Target: San Diego Q: How many Chargers does it take to win a Super Bowl?
A: Nobody knows and we may never find out!
Continue for more of our Denver Broncos v. San Diego Chargers mean joke-off. Target: Denver A Charger fan walks into a bar. There is Broncos memorabilia all over the bar. The bartender is decked out in Broncos gear. The bartender is watching the Broncos/Chargers game on tv, along with a dog wearing a Broncos sweater.
The Charger fan orders a beer, and starts watching the game. The score is 27-0 in the first quarter in favor of the Chargers. Orton drives the Broncos down to the 3 yard line, but again, can't punch it into the end zone. They kick a field goal, making the score 27-3.
The bartender and the dog both go crazy. The dog is jumping all over the bar, barking, tail wagging. The Chargers fan is pretty amazed at the dogs reaction.
The Charger fan says, "That's some dog you got there, buddy. What does he do when Denver scores a touchdown?"
The bartender says "How would I know? I've only had him for 3 years."
Target: San Diego Q: How to make San Diego Chargers cookies?
A: Put them in the Super Bowl and pound them for sixty minutes.
Continue for more of our Denver Broncos v. San Diego Chargers mean joke-off. Target: Denver Q: How many Denver Broncos does it take to change a tire?
A: One. But if it's a blowout they all come.
Target: San Diego Q: What's the difference between the San Diego Chargers and Cheerios?
A: Cheerios belongs in a bowl.
Continue for more of our Denver Broncos v. San Diego Chargers mean joke-off. Target: Denver The city of Colorado Springs was petitioning the state of Colorado to get a professional football team.
The state of Colorado decided against it because Denver would want one, too.
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Target: San Diego Q: What do you call a Chargers fan with half a brain?