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Angry Broncos Fan Rants That Quarterback Peyton Manning Should Be Eaten By A Tiger Following Super Bowl Loss

Angry Broncos Fan Rants That Quarterback Peyton Manning Should Be Eaten By A Tiger Following Super Bowl Loss

In case the news has somehow managed to escape you, the Denver Broncos were decimated, embarrassed and thoroughly beaten in Super Bowl XLVIII by the Seattle Seahawks 43-8.

And Broncos fans are not happy.

As if the defeat in itself wasn’t enough, the lack of passion and commitment shown by the players seems to be a real sticking point for disgruntled fans.

Yet in light of the disheartening performance, we here at Talking Baws have managed to find an angry Broncos fan who coach John Fox could take some serious half-time team-talk pointers from.

By Stuart Hynd – @supers0nic

We don’t know very much about the demoralised fan other than she is REALLY mad – oh and that she thinks Peyton Manning is a “pussy”.

She hilariously rants that Manning should “bury his head in a fucking hole” and that a “tiger should be eating [his] ass”.

Other memorable quips include that the Broncos should be “ashamed” to be a NFL football team and that Manning’s performance has “embarrassed” her.

Have a look for yourself, if you’re brave enough that is:


The video, understandably described on YouTube as “my friend flips shit over the Super Bowl game”, is sure to become an internet sensation once other Broncos fans catch wind of its existence.

Oh, and for the record, we didn’t know Manning had a vagina either…

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