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Top Twenty Tweets About Whether Broncos Hiring Gary Kubiak is Brilliant or a Botch

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The reaction among members of Twitter Nation to the departure of John Fox as the Denver Broncos' head coach was mighty mixed -- and if anything, the team's decision to hire Gary Kubiak, John Elway's former backup, to take over is generating an even more varied reaction. Some tweeters are overjoyed, while others are unimpressed by Kubiak's coaching record (an iffy stint in Houston but an acclaimed effort as offensive coordinator in Baltimore) and doubt his temperament is any more fiery than that of the guy he's replacing. Check out our picks for the twenty most memorable tweets below, illustrated by images from Kubiak's arrival in Denver, which was covered as if he was a world leader.

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

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