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Next week on NBC: It's 'Peyton vs. Satan'

Posted by Obnoxious Boston Fan  November 18, 2013 09:07 AM

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Frame.jpgGuess someone in the NBC Sports graphic department has a thing against Tom Brady.

In this promo shown several times during Sunday night's Broncos-Chiefs game hyping the Patriots-Broncos showdown and Brady vs. Manning XIV, the Patriots QB was cast in an interesting, if not sinister, light.

It's all the proof we've ever needed that Brady is indeed the son of the Dark Lord of the Sith, also known as Bill Belichick.

Either that, or he's the long lost twin brother of "Dexter," whose is also billed as "America's Favorite Serial Killer" on Showtime.

While Manning appears as his typical doofus self, Brady has the look of someone who just murdered 17 coeds and buried their remains beneath Fenway Park.

Brady's certainly been lethal against Manning over the years, winning nine of their previous 13 matchups.

And even when he's looks this bad, Brady's always devilishly good.

Manning's House of Horrors in Foxborough re-opens Sunday at 8:30 p.m.

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