10-Year-Old Wins Science Fair By ‘Proving’ Patriots’ Tom Brady Cheated

A 10-year-old took a science fair project to a whole new level, as he attempted to take down the New England Patriots’ quarterback.

Here’s Ace Davis, a young elementary school quarterback from Kentucky who supposedly has “proven” Tom Brady is, in fact, a cheater.

This kid’s project will give you Deflategate flashbacks all over again. Davis certainly is not a fan of Brady’s and wanted to prove the footballs he used during the 2014-15 AFC Championship Game against the Indianapolis Colts were deflated.

Davis conducted an experiment with his mom and sister in which each of them threw footballs that varied in PSI to see just how far they could go. Davis found the least inflated football was thrown the furthest, thus giving Brady a competitive advantage.

The poster board includes memes of Brady, pictures of him crying and, of course, a picture of Davis himself in his football uniform. When asked how he came up with his science fair project, Davis gave NFL Draft Diamonds  a pretty blunt answer.

“Because I hate Tom Brady, he’s been accused of cheating before, I want him to be caught,” Davis said.

In fact, the young quarterback himself would rather take after another NFL player who also is known as one of the greatest of all time: San Francisco 49ers legend Joe Montana.

If he ever gets the opportunity to meet Brady, Davis would tell him to give him some of his money because he “doesn’t deserve it.”

Ouch.

Davis also managed to take a shot at the Patriots’ star wide receiver, Julian Edelman.

“People are tired of watching (Brady) in the Super Bowl,” Davis said. “And Julian Edelman takes steroids.”

Davis won his school science fair and now is headed to the district science fair where he expects to take home another win.

Thumbnail photo via Brian Spurlock/USA TODAY Sports Images

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