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Who does Twitter Nation blame for Broncos' choke job v. Patriots?

After the Broncos' 34-31 humiliating loss to the Pats last night, marked by a blown 24-point halftime lead, Twitter Nation exploded with frustration, most of it aimed at four Broncos: Peyton Manning, for a sub-par performance, Montee Ball for a key fumble, Wes Welker for failing to wave off a punt soon enough, and Tony Carter, who got in the way of a ball, making the winning field goal possible. Do you blame any of these four? Decide after checking out the following tweet collection, accompanied by photos from the game. WES WELKER

Continue for more of Twitter Nation's reaction to the Broncos' choke job versus the Patriots last night. TONY CARTER

Continue for more of Twitter Nation's reaction to the Broncos' choke job versus the Patriots last night. MONTEE BALL

Continue for more of Twitter Nation's reaction to the Broncos' choke job versus the Patriots last night. PEYTON MANNING

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