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Video: Hater cartoon predicts Peyton Manning, Broncos will choke in Super Bowl

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Denver's big win over the Patriots on hasn't convinced doubters of the Broncos or Peyton Manning that the team will triumph in this year's Super Bowl, as shown by what's literally a hater video, since it was posted by someone who goes by the name Seth Hater. In the animated clip, a bartender who looks suspiciously like Tom Brady implies to a Denver-loving customer that the Broncos cheated to beat the Pats and Manning's hot streak will freeze in the New York/New Jersey cold. Sample statement: "I love watching Manning choke and Broncos fans cry." Feel the hate below.

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