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Top 20 Tweets About Whether Broncos Victim Philip Rivers is a Whiner or a Cry Baby

One of the most enjoyable things about the Broncos' 35-21 win over the Chargers last night (and there were many of them) was the sight of San Diego QB Philip Rivers's frequent temper tantrums. Ranting, complaining, yelling into his own helmet: He put on quite a show in defeat, and Twitter Nation definitely noticed. In fact, the main debate during and after the game was whether Rivers is a cry baby, a whiner or both. Continue for twenty hilarious examples, illustrated with images from the game.

See also: Top 20 Tweets About Whether Broncos' Win Over 49ers Makes Them Super Bowl Favorites

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