Apparently, everyone in Denver called in sick for work on Tuesday. Two days after the Broncos beat the Panthers 24-10 in Super Bowl 50, fans from all over the city showed up for the team's Super Bowl parade.

During the event, Denver mayor Michael Hancock said that there was an estimated one million people in attendance.

So what exactly does it look like when you try to squeeze 1 million people into a confined space?

You get an EOP: an Epic Orange Party.

When there are 1 million people crowding into a confined place, you kind of have to do whatever you can to find a place where you can watch the parade, and that's what several people did.

You also have to get to the parade however you can.

The parade ended with a rally at Civic Center Park, and even the players seemed impressed by the turnout. Wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders took a video that you probably shouldn't watch if you're claustrophobic.

Running back Ronnie Hillman retweeted a video of the parade route.

Also, there was definitely some dabbin'.

Tight end Owen Daniels got some pretty good video of the parade.

And just in case you were wondering, yes, Peyton Manning was there. He was a part of the quarterbacks caravan.

By the way, it looks like not everyone skipped work. This person showed up, and I would've too if I had that view.

I'm guessing traffic was a nightmare getting home, but I'm also guessing that no one cared.

One million people showed up for the Broncos parade. (Twitter/DeMarcusWare)
One million people showed up for the Broncos parade. (Twitter/DeMarcusWare)