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

Yesterday's Broncos win featured cons as well as pros. True, Denver beat the Buffalo Bills 24-17 in a contest whose outcome was never really in doubt, and the running backs continue to ball at a high level. But for the most part, Peyton Manning looked absolutely awful, throwing a couple of ultra-embarrassing picks in a performance that ended his consecutive-games-with-a-touchdown-pass streak at 51. Afterward, fans on Twitter didn't know whether to celebrate or worry. Check out our picks for the top twenty tweets, including a photo of Von Miller's bizarre headgear choice and a wacky Vine of refs fist-bumping after a Denver touchdown that has fueled Bills Nation paranoia that the officials wanted to help Peyton win by any means necessary.

See also: Kyle Orton, Ex-Bronco: Twenty Funniest Photos From His Drunk-Party Dude Years

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