10-Year-Old ‘Proves’ Tom Brady Is A Cheater, Wins Science Fair

Is Tom Brady a cheater? Science fair-winning kid says yes

While kids in New England might be trying to figure out how to scientifically prove that Brady is the greatest quarterback who ever lived, Ace made a decision to go in a different direction.

But the science project was about Brady.

Super Bowl-bound New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is a cheater - it's science. Davis went with his sister and mom to the backyard for the experiment.

Ace's hypothesis was, "Through various testing measures of different weights (PSI - pounds per square inch) of footballs, we should find that under inflated footballs provide a competitive advantage in a game". He used a Brady deflate-gate meme, a picture of Brady crying, and a picture of Brady making a weird face.

And one thing that stood out about Brady in the postgame celebration was the quarterback's jersey, which was as white and clean as it was at the start of the game.

In this interview with NFL Draft Diamonds, he was asked what prompted him to delve into the Brady project.

For some folks, Deflategate came down to a matter of science, with the principles of the Ideal Gas Law exonerating the Patriots.

Davis was asked by nfldraftdiamonds.com why he picked this subject matter and he responded: "Because I hate Tom Brady, he's been accused of cheating before, I want him to be caught".

Simple enough! Ace knows his own mind, that's for sure.

Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots sits on the bench after having the ball stripped by Brandon Graham #55 of the Philadelphia Eagles late in the fourth quarter in Super Bowl LII at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minn., on February 4, 2018.

Said Davis: "Gimme some of your money, you don't deserve it".

The boy also made a prediction for the Patriots against the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta on February 3.

Ace's father proudly shared photos of the board, updating his followers that not only had Ace won the science fair with his project, but that he's moving on to the district level.

The New England Patriots' offensive line has been dynamite in the playoffs.

NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy told Sports Illustrated that the league is looking into the laser report, but he said it didn't affect the game. And he thinks he will win that too.

Keep up that confidence, Ace.

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