Boy, 10, wins science fair by proving Tom Brady a cheater

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft hopes quarterback Tom Brady will stay for at least one more season

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"I hate Tom Brady", Davis said. He also has high expectations for the next level of the science fair: "I'm gonna win that too", he said.

The family says Davis won the science fair and is moving on to district.

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.

According to the Fox News, Ace conducted an experiment in which he threw footballs with varying levels of inflation and made note of the average distance they traveled.

Davis concluded that "the Patriots were found guilty of doctoring footballs, thus losing $1,000,000 and future draft picks. Tom Brady is indeed a cheater".

Sounds like a non-biased science project.

Brady and the Patriots were famously accused of deflating footballs in 2015 during the AFC title game by the Indianapolis Colts.

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On a third-and-10 situation, quarterback Drew Brees threw an incomplete pass to wide receiver Tommylee Lewis . But Rams cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman appeared to interfere.

The kid, who also happens to be a quarterback, outlined the project on a classic folding cardboard poster mount highlighting his work.

His brother Chris, who also played in the National Football League, spoke to TMZ Sports and discussed what his brother's plans are for after the big game.

In this interview with NFL Draft Diamonds, he was asked what prompted him to delve into the Brady project. "And Julian Edelman takes steroids".

As if to spite all the haters who have emerged during their remarkable, 18-year run, the Patriots will play in yet another Super Bowl, the ninth for Brady in 17 full seasons as a starter.

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.

Watch the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII on Sunday, Feb. 3, only on CBS.

He told the site his project will now be entered into a statewide competition.

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