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

Denver offensive lineman Manny Ramirez isn't getting upset about a Broncos loss in this amusing screen capture, which has already spawned a popular Vine on view below: Instead, he's pissed that Brandon McManus, who the Broncos picked up after unwisely jettisoning Matt Prater, missed his fourth field goal in his last eight attempts. But a defeat could have easily happened: Denver needed a huge fourth quarter to cement a 39-36 victory over the Miami Dolphins. Afterward, fans on Twitter were torn, with most elated but many uncertain about whether the squad has what it takes to make another Super Bowl run. Here are our picks for the twenty most memorable tweets, supplemented by the aforementioned Vine.

See also: Broncos' Emmanuel Sanders Killed by Wikipedia, But He Rose Again

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