Sports headlines have been dominated by #DeflateGate, the allegations that the New England Patriots may have deflated 11 out of 12 of their footballs for their A.F.C. Championship game with the Indianapolis Colts.

Patriot's Quarterback Tom Brady and Coach Bill Belichick have denied involvement, with Belichick performing "science experiments" and Brady getting all sad.

Well, now some famous people have stepped forward, claiming to know exactly what happened with #DeflateGate, putting Tom Brady and his "big blue eyes" in the clear. 

Apparently the NFL is now investigating a locker room attendant for #DeflateGate.

The problem is which one?

Boston-born actors Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, Chris Evans, and John Krasinski appear in a sketch for Jimmy Kimmel Live, claiming "I am the Locker Room Guy". Even Aerosmith's Steven Tyler pops in for a cameo.

Each of them puts on his best Boston accent, with Chris Evans donning a terrible mustache, to defend their beloved Tom Brady.

“Let me ask you a question: Who are you gonna believe: Tom Brady, the greatest man in all of humanity? Or a bunch of a--holes on Twitter?”