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



"I had one of my best years my third season", Spikes said.

According to the Washington Post, Davis' project was enough to win him honorable mention and advance to his school district's competition.

His project was titled "Is Tom Brady a Cheater?" For his project, he even included the results of an experiment he did with his mom and sister using footballs of varying inflation.

Ace's conclusion notes that history is on his side: "The Patriots were found guilty of doctoring footballs, thus losing $1,000,000 and future draft picks".

Ace said, "Tom is indeed a cheater".

If Ace didn't win the science fair, he certainly won his interview with the website NFL Draft Diamonds.

Most kids make models of the solar system or volcanoes for science fairs.

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Davis isn't a fan of Brady and wasn't shy about wading into the Deflategate controversy. Brady was accused of ordering the footballs used in that game to be deflated to give the Patriots an advantage.

He concludes: "Tom Brady is indeed a cheater".

Asked further if he had a message for Brady - who will again play in the Super Bowl next weekend - Ace told the outlet, "Gimme some of your money, you don't deserve it". Though Brady denied involvement and fought a legal battle against the league, the NFL suspended him for four games the following season.

Ace's favorite quarterback is Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Jameis Winston.

It's safe to say Ace won't be pulling for a certain team in Super Bowl LIII. I was moping around, actually in tears, and a few guys were trying to lift me up, like, 'It's gonna be alright man.

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.

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