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Broncos really disappointed young fan who was at Super Bowl XLVIII

While Seahawks fans reveled in Sunday's Super Bowl XLVIII blowout victory, Broncos fans were distraught. And perhaps no fan was more distraught than a young boy in the stands watching the game with his father. Getty photographer Tom Pennington snapped the photo during the first half and, soon after, the boy's disappointed face began popping up in Twitter feeds all around the country. NJ. com tweeted, 'Hey Peyton, look what you did in the first half: Made this poor kid cry.' He certainly wasn't the only fan whose heart was broken on Sunday. Above, see some other Broncos fans who took the loss hard and some Seahawks fans who were overjoyed.

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aguilamnstr February 05 2014 at 10:15 AM

Who wouldn't cry after spending hard earned moneyonmillionaires

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lavoe1fan February 04 2014 at 10:39 PM

Well, he will grow out of it, and put it as growing pains. 5 year olds are supposed to go through some disappointments, so I am glad it was just a football game.

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mercymfa February 04 2014 at 7:32 PM

poor baby, I hope the parents teach him about the Lord and Savior, who died for our sins, instead for a bunch of football players making millions of dollars wich they don't know you or care about you. don't cry baby for the millionares.

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polfpilf February 04 2014 at 2:24 PM

Poor kid, the pinhead that posted this was thinking only of himself. The kids friends will see this, it will undoubtedly cause him some grief.

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gushercafrank February 04 2014 at 2:09 PM

Losing is good for you, psychologically, especially if it's not a serious loss and you can learn to take it well. Something like this can be a good life lesson. You'll find you end up losing more than you win in real life. Now, honestly, mom's philosophy was the old chestnut, 'Life's a b****, get over it.', but I felt like being a tad more positivie, lol.

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Buchanan Woman February 04 2014 at 1:48 PM

Believed in my heart Seattle was going to win...I really expected score to be closer though!!!

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Poppi February 04 2014 at 1:31 PM

Ever have a bad day. Well that's all it was for Peyton. Granted Seahawks played intense but someone wins and someone loses. I still like Peyton!

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tenniskats February 04 2014 at 1:22 PM

Really? This is only a game. OK they lost. They won. So what? I don't understand folks who put so much emotion and perhaps even their own identities into their teams. It is entertainment, that is all these sports are. Something to kill a few hours before bed. Nothing life changing about winning or losing in something you are only watching ... not even participating in. Do we every really leave high school?

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Lynne February 04 2014 at 12:35 PM

poor kid .... so young and so dissapointed

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hedunlap February 04 2014 at 3:42 PM

I find this amusing in the sense that this father wanted to take his kid to the Super Bowl, bond with his kid and create a lasting memory of the Broncos winning the Super Bowl and the kid being able to say "I was there". Now the only memory the kid will have is watching his team get spanked like little school girls by the Seahawks. And he was there.

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Bill February 04 2014 at 12:32 PM

As a Seahawk's fan I knew we were on, and the Broncos was off. I thought the Broncos would recover but they never did. They might have stayed home.

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