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Tom Brady hilariously rips on Deflategate in new Foot Locker ad

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Either Tom Brady is speaking from the heart in this clip, or he is the best damn actor that isn't currently working in Hollywood.

The New England Patriots quarterback is the star of a new Foot Locker advert based around the "Week of Greatness" campaign that they run every year.

In the new 30-second short, which always have some sort of comedic element, Brady rips on two unsuspecting friends and hilariously channels all his feelings about Deflategate saga onto them. Check it out below...


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When the men start to question how Foot Locker can have such a great sale year after year and wonder what the company's up to, Brady jumps in.

"That's an unfortunate mindset you got there," Brady interjects. "Just because something's great year after year doesn't mean anything's going on. Why can't some things just be great?"

"Starts with questions and then questions turn into assumptions and then assumptions turn into -- vacations," Brady said, almost cetainly referring to the holiday he took to Italy during the suspension.

"Why would you punish the 'Week of Greatness' for something that never even happened?" 

See what we mean? Unless Brady is an incredibly talented actor, it looks like the Patriots star is getting a lot of feelings of his chest in the advert.

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