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Top twenty tweets about Broncos win over Chiefs include people who couldn't stay awake

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What was one of the biggest themes we found in tweets about the Broncos' 27-17 win over the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday Night Football? A lot of people couldn't stay awake to see the end. Presumably, many of these folks are relocated Coloradans (or Peyton Manning fans) on the East Coast, where the game ended after midnight -- but maybe some locals are only just hearing about the big victory, which knocked KC from the ranks of the undefeated. If so, get a flavor of the contest from our twenty favorite tweets, supplemented by images from last night's W. Number 20:

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