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Saturday, 14 December 2013

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Peyton Manning shown flying his helicopter home after the Broncos loss to the Chargers.

DENVER - Sports Authority Field at Mile High is supposed to be a nice place for the Denver Broncos to win with the mighty Rocky Mountains in the background but it didn't happen.

The Chargers of San Diego flew into the Mile High City and showed them that a team with a losing record (6-7) was not the least bit impressed with the Denver Broncos' record of 11-2.

Peyton Manning said after the game that they did not take the Chargers seriously and they got shocked. He grinned and added "No pun intended."

All of the Broncos fans in the stands and watching at home were equally surprised to see their hometown horses fall 27-20.

Devoted Broncos fan Timothy Brushmaker, 38, said that he was going to ask his girlfriend Lizzie Panflibber, 36, to marry him after the game but he was so sad that he changed his mind

A couple of Broncos cheerleaders were crying and wondered if maybe their team lost because it was just too damn friggin cold.

No word on the IQ's of the two young ladies since they apparently forgot that both teams feel the cold equally.

The Chargers said that they had an added incentive when they found out that President Obama had bet on them to beat the Broncos.

In Other News. Weathermen are reporting that Phoenix, Arizona could be hit with as much as 13 inches of snow over the Christmas holidays.

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