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Peyton Manning not happy with Broncos' scoreboard operator afte…

Peyton Manning not happy with Broncos' scoreboard operator after win Updated 2 hours ago
DENVER – At the two-minute warning of the fourth quarter, the Denver Broncos were up 35-21, with the ball. That last part is key to this story. The Broncos, stealing the University of Wisconsin's bit, started playing the House of Pain song "Jump Ar…
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