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Top 20 Tweets About Patriot's Tom Brady Having Broncos QB Peyton Manning's Number

We had been hoping that this morning we'd have evidence to contradict the assumption that Broncos QB Peyton Manning plays badly in cold weather and struggles against Tom Brady and the Patriots in New England. But no: Denver laid an egg big-time yesterday afternoon, losing to the Pats 43-21 in a game that wasn't even that close. No surprise that Twitter Nation exploded with commentary about the Brady-Manning match-up. Here's our top twenty countdown of memorable tweets, featuring photos from the game.

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