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PHILADELPHIA - AUGUST 13:  Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots looks on against the Philadelphia Eagles on August 13, 2009 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
Silver BulletCorrespondent IAugust 14, 2009

In a move that is likely to send shock waves throughout the NFL, a Colts fan who has written extensively of his love for that team has been exposed as loving the New England Patriots more. 

The writer, who has not requested anonymity but will receive it anyway for his own protection, is well known for his often repetitive articles comparing Peyton Manning and Tom Brady.

Some New England fans have used the word "obsession" to describe his fervor.

Others, in an attempt to stay on point and to remain focused on meaningful articles, have implored their friends to refrain from reading this individual's work, describing his articles as "not much more than a pathetic attempt to gain readers."

Now, reliable sources report that the writer in question has secretly admitted to a deep man-crush on Tom Brady, adding that he hopes the Patriots win the Super Bowl this season because "Tom still has a few fingers left."

The repercussions will undoubtedly linger for years to come.

More will be reported as information continues to become available.

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