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Twenty Ways Broncos Fans Were Forced to Get a Life During the Bye Week

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Good news for Broncos fans: Denver didn't lose yesterday.

Bad news for Broncos fans: Denver didn't win yesterday.

Worse news for Broncos fans: Denver didn't play yesterday, because the team had a bye week. Trevor Siemian and company won't hit the gridiron again until Sunday night, November 27, versus the Kansas City Chiefs.

With no Broncos game to plan around, fans were left with an unexpected amount of free time on their hands — and a trip to Twitter reveals how they spent it.

Some folks found themselves in a confused daze, while others enjoyed the lack of anxiety. There was also drinking, catching up on chores and, in one case, making a killing.

Count down our twenty most memorable Broncos bye-week tweets below.

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Continue to count down the top ten ways Broncos fans were forced to get a life during the bye week.

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