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Aqib Talib jabs Dwayne Allen in the eye - Twitter reacts with fury

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The Denver Broncos lost their unbeaten start to the season last night, going down 27-24 to the previously misfiring Indianapolis Colts.

The Broncos would have likely had the chance to drive down the field late in the game to try and get themselves back into it, only for cornerback Aqib Talib to throw it all away by digging two fingers right into the eye of Colts tight end Dwayne Allen.

The bush-league play drew a 15-yard penalty and sealed the game for Indy, while Talib should also be hearing from Roger Goodell in the next few days.

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Disgraceful Move

It would be a massive shock if Talib is not suspended for at least one game. His disgraceful actions deserve some sort of repercussions from the higher ups in the NFL.

You can check out a video of the incident below...

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As you can probably imagine, NFL fans and writers on Twitter were absolutely furious with Talib's actions, with some calling the Broncos star an idiot, while most advocated a suspension and heavy fine.

Here's a collection of reactions from the social media site...

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