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Top 20 Tweets About Browns Fans Ready to End It All After Another Broncos Win

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The Broncos could just as easily be 0-6 as 6-0.

In fact, the former seems more likely than the latter given how miserable Denver's offense has looked during the 2015-2016 season to date.

Yet the Broncos' defense is so off-the-charts incredible that on Sunday, Denver managed to eke out a 26-23 overtime victory over the Cleveland Browns.

As we've noted, Browns fans absolutely hate the Broncos thanks to decades of futility — most notably the famed 1987 episode known as The Drive.

No wonder that during and after the contest, so many Browns loyalists tweeted about their horror and dismay, with a slew of them talking about ending it all — jokingly, we hope and pray.

Here are twenty memorable examples. Check them out below.

In the meantime, we have this message for Browns fans: Don't do it! It's only a game.....

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