It's almost football season, which can only mean one thing: non-stop Tom Brady news, courtesy the most irritatingly written gossip page in America, the Boston Herald's Inside Track. Dreamboat left practice early to go to a Coldplay concert with girlfriend Gisele Bundchen and other rich and famous people, and lead singer Chris Martin showed the proper deference, dedicating the final song of the night to No. 12.
“I don’t want to do this really because it’s cheesy . . . but we’re great fans of his and he’s probably left the building anyway,” said the Coldplay frontman. “We’d like to dedicate this to Tom Brady – your quarterback. We’re big fans of his and very honored he came to the show, and I hope to goodness it was worth it.”
But wait, there's more Dreamboat news! Brady will grace the next cover of Esquire – accompanied by the sage words "Let's Stop Hating on Tom Brady" — and the play-caller understands where he stands in the universe.
"Look at the attention I get: It’s because I throw a football. But that’s what society values. That’s not what God values," Brady said. "He didn’t invent the game. We did. I have some eye-hand coordination, and I can throw the ball. I don’t think that matters to God."
And of course we all know that's a lie. Tom Brady's skill as a quarterback is paramount to God's success. Wait, God is still Bill Belichick, right?