10-year-old proves Tom Brady is a cheater, wins science fair

10-year-old proves Tom Brady is a cheater, wins science fair

Your project went viral on my Facebook Page and I being a Bills fan did not think it would I was just posting it for giggles, but I want to ask you why do you feel it was shared so many times?

What's even better is that he did so good at the project that he actually won the science fair.

A quarterback himself, the Millcreek Elementary School 10-year-old posed the question "Is Tom Brady a Cheater?" for his project that earned an honorable mention, according to the school website.

His ultimate conclusion? "The Patriots were found guilty of doctoring football [sic], thus losing $1,000,000 and future draft picks". Some, willing to put science behind their theory that New England Patriots' Tom Brady cheated.

Brady and the Patriots were famously accused of deflating footballs in 2015 during the AFC title game by the Indianapolis Colts. He wanted to take down Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.

Ace's hypothesis: "Through various testing measures of different weights (PSI - pounds per square inch) of footballs, we should find that underinflated footballs provide a competitive advantage in a game".

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Davis said he believes Joe Montana was the best quarterback in National Football League history, and that his favorite player today is quarterback Jameis Winston of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Because it's amusing and people are exhausted of watching him in the Super Bowl.

The project also took a swipe at Brady's teammate Julian Edelman, who was suspended four games this year for PED use.

And when asked what he would tell Brady if he could share a message with him, Davis said, "Gimme some of your money, you don't deserve it". He's had to prepare for eight Super Bowls, not including the upcoming Lombardi Trophy decider against the Los Angeles Rams. Brady denied having any knowledge about the condition of the footballs.

He said Brady would play "terrible" and throw three interceptions, predicting a 30-14 Rams victory.

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