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Top Twenty Tweets About Whether Broncos Played Well or Dirty Versus Cardinals

The reactions to the Broncos' 41-20 victory yesterday over the previously undefeated Arizona Cardinals have run the gamut. Some fans are praising the Broncos for a points explosion spurred by Peyton Manning's 500th career touchdown pass and a career-high 479 yards through the air, while others grouse that the win was devalued because the Cards were down to their third-string quarterback by game's end and defensive end Calais Campbell was injured in a Julius Thomas chop block Arizona coach Bruce Arians called the dirtiest play he's ever seen.

Glass half full or glass half empty? That's the debate among our top twenty tweets, featuring images from the contest. Check them out below.

See also: Top Twenty Tweets About Broncos' Loss to Seahawks Being a Moral Victory

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