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Tom Brady shares hilarious video about his blocking skills

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Whether you're a New England Patriots fan or not, it is hard not to enjoy the social media output of quarterback Tom Brady.

Brady has made a habit of creating comical Facebook content following each Patriots game this season.

His best yet?

With the Patriots at 9-2 this season, he mostly shares fake newspaper pages of himself and his team-mates defeating other teams.


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However following New England's 22-17 victory over the New York Jets on Sunday, he took the opportunity to poke fun at himself.

During the game, New England tried a run play where LeGarrette Blount ran to the right only to double back and try moving forwards down the left side of the field.

This would lead to Brady being one of Blount's blockers, but that word would have to be used lightly.

Not only did Brady but in one of the worst block attempts in the NFL history, he actually failed to actually block anyone.

Choosing to simply run between two defenders rather than actually get in their way, Brady clearly thought twice about the possibility of injuring himself.

The video itself though is one to make any fans laugh with Whitesnake's 'Here I Go Again' being played over the top.

Brady and the Patriots are having a lot of fun at the minute as they continue to lead the way in the AFC but that position could be in danger.

New England face three tough matches in a row right now with the LA Rams, Baltimore Ravens and Denver Broncos all on the schedule.

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