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Top sixteen Philip Rivers "hate" and "bitch" tweets

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Despite some unexpectedly tense moments in the fourth quarter, Denver's 28-20 win over San Diego yesterday was mostly fun to watch -- especially if, like most Broncos fans, you loathe Chargers quarterback and nasty memes magnet Philip Rivers. But just as entertaining was trolling Twitter for tweets about Rivers featuring the words "hate" and "bitch" -- both terms frequently applied to the QB by football watchers here and beyond. Look below to count down our sixteen favorites, supplemented by images from yesterday's Broncos win. Number sixteen:

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More from our Sports archive circa November 2012: "Photos: Top twenty Philip Rivers hate memes."

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