Tom Brady may be a three-time Super Bowl champion and one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time but there is one art that the Patriots signal caller hasn't quite conquered, the high-five.
Now Brady's long running aversion to his ability to high five is no secret, the general public have pounced on the fact that the seemingly-perfect quarterback continuously fails to find a willing teammate to congratulate in high-five form.
There have been many pictures and video's circulating the internet just showing Brady's incompetence at the congratulatory gesture, as you can see here.
However, there is another man at the New England organisation that feels the pain of a dismissed high five and Tom Brady is the first person to show him the much needed support.
Robert Kraft the owner of the Patriots tried mightily to celebrate a Rob Grownkowski touchdown on Sunday with actor Mark Wahlberg but was denied.
Brady come instantly to his owner's defence as he took to his official Facebook page to send him a supportive message, Brady wrote: "Not cool, Mark! Mr. Kraft, I know how you feel." alongside this cleverly crafted image.
Great humility from Brady who certainly endears himself to his supporters by showing his goofy personality on many occasions.