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Photos: Top twenty Philip Rivers hate tweets after Broncos' playoffs win

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What made yesterday's 24-17 Broncos win over the Chargers even more satisfying for Denver fans was the opportunity to see QB Philip Rivers, the man we love to hate, laid low after a week of hype about San Diego supposedly being a team of destiny thanks to Rivers's bolo-tie mojo.

Afterward, jubilant Broncos boosters expressed their joy on Twitter in ways that may have made Rivers shed a few more tears. Look below to see our twenty faves, accompanied by screen captures from the victory.

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