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Top 20 Tweets About What a Nightmare It'd Be for the Broncos If Peyton Manning Was Hurt

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In recent weeks, plenty of Broncos fans have been worried about how lousy Peyton Manning has looked even in victories. But Denver boosters got a reality check on Sunday against the Chargers, when a flu-stricken Manning went out with an injury and his replacement, Brock Osweiler, stunk up the joint, Johnny Football-style. Fortunately, Manning returned and led Denver to a 22-10 victory, but that didn't stop Twitter Nation from worrying and/or celebrating the thought that Manning might wind up on the shelf. Here are the photo-illustrated top twenty tweets about that and related topics, including the its/it's error on one of Osweiler's tattoos -- plus a bonus Vine of what happens when Peyton Manning tries to block.

See also: Top Twenty Tweets About Broncos Beating Bills Despite Peyton Manning Looking Awful

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