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Twitter top 20 about Peyton Manning's alleged problems in the cold: "BOOM BITCH"

Prior to yesterday's ultra-frigid Broncos game against the Titans, the story line was simple: Peyton Manning plays lousy in the cold. Well, check that. Manning threw for 397 yards and four TDs in a 51-28 romp, and in an interview with KOA after the game, he told the author of that particular narrative to shove it. His performance didn't silence critics, but Twitter abounded with fans gleefully saying, "I told you so" -- except usually in a more colorful way. See our top twenty post-game tweets about Manning and the cold below, illustrated with screen caps from the win. Number 20:

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