Last year, we created a list of the top ten most unusual Denver Broncos tattoos -- and "unusual" was the nicest thing that could be said about some of them.
Although, to be honest, we loved the Broncos Elvis.
Now, with the Broncos 4-0 and looking pretty damn invincible, we took another look for orange ink -- and found plenty of memorable examples.
Check out the 2013 edition's top ten below.
Number 10: He may bleed orange, but the skin around this tat looks mighty red.... Number 9: Either that's steam coming out of the horse's nostrils or he's got a hella bad cold. Continue to keep counting down our gallery of the ten most unusual Broncos tattoos, 2013 edition. Number 8: Back to back on his back. Number 7: More interesting than this tattoo is the question of what body part it's on.... Continue to keep counting down our gallery of the ten most unusual Broncos tattoos, 2013 edition. Number 6: This Bronco is either spitting fire or eating the hand of an orange demon. Number 5: Looks like this Bronco is getting ready to twerk. Continue to keep counting down our gallery of the ten most unusual Broncos tattoos, 2013 edition. Number 4: XXXII was definitely a lucky number. Number 3: As in real estate, this tattoo is all about location, location, location. Continue to keep counting down our gallery of the ten most unusual Broncos tattoos, 2013 edition. Number 2: Do you think he's had this beauty removed yet? Or does he wear it proudly, like a bumper sticker for a candidate who lost an election to a lousy president? Number 1: This Bronco's even capable of scaring the crap out of DIA's demon steed. Other tattoos don't stand a ghost of a chance.
More from our Lists & Weirdness archive circa April 2012: "Photos: Top ten most unusual Denver Broncos tattoos."
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