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Top Twenty Tweets About John Fox Jumping or Getting Pushed From the Broncos

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The Broncos' latest dispiriting playoff defeat, this time at the hands of the Indianapolis Colts, was followed by two pieces of big news: the revelation that Peyton Manning had a quad tear, not a bruise, and the announcement that coach John Fox and the team are, in a carefully worded phrase, "parting ways."

Fox's departure triggered a Twitter explosion, with reactions including fear, panic, anger, confusion and more. Here are our picks for the twenty most memorable tweets on the topic, illustrated with NFL memes -- including some hilarious speculation about the next coach.

See also: Rx for Bronco Recovery: Time to Be Underdogs Again

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