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Top 20 Tweets About Broncos Beating Chiefs Despite a Subpar Peyton Manning

Everything seemed to point to a Broncos loss against Kansas City last night, including a road game on a cold night and a desperate opponent fueled by an embarrassing loss (to the Raiders!) and the illness of a team leader (Eric Berry may have cancer). Yet Denver still emerged with a key 29-16 win, as well as the admiration of Twitter Nation, whose citizens seem to have a new respect for the squad despite -- or perhaps because of -- a surprisingly lackluster performance by Peyton Manning. Check out our picks for the top twenty tweets below, including a funny Vine and a Chief who may or may not have been caught giving a ref the jerkoff gesture.

See also: Top 20 Tweets About Broncos' Comeback Versus Dolphins -- and Kicker's Suckage

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