10-Year-Old Wins Science Fair by Proving Tom Brady Cheated

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Ace won the science fair.

"I hate Tom Brady, he's been accused of cheating before, I want him to be caught", Davis told NFL Draft Diamonds.

To try to find out if Brady cheated, Ace conducted an experiment in which he and family members threw footballs with different inflation levels.

"Is Tom Brady A Cheater?" featured no electrical wires or lava-spewing volcanoes.

"Julian Edelman pushes everyone around, Gronkowski gets shut down, Gurley runs for two touchdowns, Brady plays awful - three interceptions".

Just don't tell all that to Ace Davis. Ace's fourth-grade project earned an honorable mention, according to Millcreek's website.

The outcome? The deflated balls traveled farther for all three participants in the study, but accuracy wasn't affected.

The kid became internet famous after his dad posted photos of his son's science project on Facebook and the entry went viral.

He found that the least-inflated football went the farthest, which would give Brady an advantage.

He also included several pictures of Brady crying or making weird faces.

The scandal resulted in a lengthy legal fight ending with a four-game suspension for Brady and $1 million fine and loss of two draft picks for the team.

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.

He was instrumental in the team's AFC Championship win on Sunday and will surely be a massive weapon in the Super Bowl when the New England Patriots take on the Los Angeles Rams.



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