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Your Denver Broncos may have a higher seed and home-field advantage in Sunday's playoffs match-up against the Indianapolis Colts. But judging by the tweets that started flying as soon as the Colts defeated the Cincinnati Bengals this weekend, most (yet not all) of Twitter Nation thinks Indy's Andrew Luck is going to easily best Peyton Manning's D-Town crew. Here are the twenty most memorable tweets we found on the subject, supplemented by photos from the Colts-Bengals game and more. Count them down below.

See also: Photos: The ten best neckbeards in history versus Andrew Luck

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