Tom Brady Already Has His NFL MVP Acceptance Speech Prepared
It’s been almost 18 years since the New England Patriots switched out the real Tom Brady with the football-playing android they’d been secretly working on for years. They’ve had to fix a few bugs and make some repairs along the way but it doesn’t appear he— or should I say “it”— is going to slow down anytime soon.
Brady will attempt to lead the Pats to yet another Lombardi Trophy at Super Bowl LII this Sunday, and if history is any indication there’s a good chance he’ll earn his fourth MVP award if he ends up leading his team to the title. He also has about as good of a shot as John Wick at taking home the slightly more prestigious league MVP award for the third time when the NFL Honors are held on Saturday.
Brady will have to fend Los Angeles Rams running back Tom Gurley if he wants to be the oldest player to ever be handed the MVP trophy. The QB currently has the edge in Vegas, and if a picture from a press conference on Thursday is any indication, he’s coming to the ceremony prepared.
Reporter Brad Schlossman shared a creep pic of someone in the crowd at a Patriots media event holding a copy of the speech Brady plans to give on Sunday if his name is called.
When you consider he’s the favorite in a two-man race, it’s hard to blame him for channeling his inner Boy Scout. I can only hope he doesn’t end up succumbing to The Curse of Michael Keaton.