Earlier this week, we shared our collection of ten mean CU-Boulder jokes -- and I think we can all agree that processing them made us all better, stronger people. With that in mind, here's more nasty, photo-illustrated humor at the expense of another frequent web target -- Your Denver Broncos -- as compiled by Jokes4Us.com. After perusing the following top-ten countdown, will you laugh, groan or spike your smart phone? Find out below. Number 10: Holy orders Q: What do the Denver Broncos and Billy Graham have in common?
A: They both can make 70,000 people stand up and yell "Jesus Christ."
Number 9: Road kill Q: What do the Denver Broncos and possums have in common?
A: Both play dead at home and get killed on the road!
Page down to read more of our ten mean Denver Broncos jokes. Number 8: Air game Q: Why do ducks fly over Mile High Stadium upside down?
A: There's nothing worth crapping on!
Number 7: Out-of-air game Q: How many Denver Broncos does it take to change a tire?
A: One, unless it's a blowout, in which case they all show up.
Page down to read more of our ten mean Denver Broncos jokes. Number 6: Zebra season Q: What do you call a Denver Bronco in the Super Bowl?
A: A referee.
Number 5: BM Q: What did the Denver Broncos get for trading Brandon Marshall to the Miami Dolphins?
A: A first round pick and a felon to be named later!
Page down to read more of our ten mean Denver Broncos jokes. Number 4: Kid stuff Q: What is the difference between a Broncos fan and a baby?
A: The baby will stop whining after awhile.
Number 3: Game on Q: What does a Denver Broncos fan do when his team has won the Super Bowl?
A: He turns off the PlayStation.
Page down to read more of our ten mean Denver Broncos jokes. Number 2: Looking Buff Q: Why doesn't Boulder have a professional football team?
A: Because then Denver would want one.
Number 1: Elway or the highway. Q: How many Denver Broncos does it take to win a Super Bowl?
A: Only one (# 7) and he is retired.
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