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Top twenty tweets about Washington faking injuries in Broncos game

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The Broncos' 45-21 win over Washington Sunday wasn't the laugher the score implies. Denver trailed 21-7 in the third quarter before reeling off 38 points -- an onslaught Broncos coach turned Washington head man Mike Shanahan apparently (read: definitely) tried to slow by having players fake injuries. Fans at the stadium responded by booing and/or decrying the scheme on Twitter, with viewers at home weighing in, too. Here are our picks for the twenty most memorable tweets about the acting displays. Number 20:

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