Published: Sun, January 27, 2019
Sport | By Patty Hardy

10-year-old kid proves Tom Brady cheats in science fair project

10-year-old kid proves Tom Brady cheats in science fair project

"I'm gonna win that too", he said.

The father also claimed that his son "won the science fair", but the website for his Lexington, Ky., school indicated that Ace had merely earned honorable mention honors, still good enough to move on to the district competition.

The 10-year-old isn't too high on the Patriots winning Super Bowl LIII over the Los Angeles Rams on February 3 in Atlanta, either. They threw footballs of varying inflations, scientifically marking the distance of each ball and their respective inflation levels.

Ace's conclusion notes that history is on his side: "The Patriots were found guilty of doctoring footballs, thus losing $1,000,000 and future draft picks".

This is all conjecture of course, and no one can say how things would be different if Brady hadn't given the Patriots so many contract discounts over the years.

Sounds like a non-biased science project.

The project's poster board came equipped with a Brady internet meme and photos of Davis throwing balls in the yard.

Asked further if he had a message for Brady - who will again play in the Super Bowl next weekend - Ace told the outlet, "Gimme some of your money, you don't deserve it". "And Julian Edelman takes steroids".

Radcliffe's comments had to with a 2017 interview with Brady where the football player was speaking with press after the Patriots' 2017 Super Bowl win when a "Make America Great Again" hat was spotted in his locker, as Entertainment Tonight first reported. Brady was also suspended four games to start the 2016 season.

Ace's favorite National Football League team, by the way, is the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Quinton Peron and Napoleon Jinnies will be cheering for the Los Angeles Rams next Sunday as they take on the New England Patriots at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta in an uncompromised battle for the prestigious trophy.

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