'Bradying' Is an Insult to Patriots Star's Hall-of-Fame Career

Wes ODonnellFeatured ColumnistFebruary 8, 2012

INDIANAPOLIS, IN - FEBRUARY 05:  Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots walks off the field after losing to the New York Giants by a score of 21-17 in Super Bowl XLVI at Lucas Oil Stadium on February 5, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana.  (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
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Tom Brady has a number of accolades that go along with his future Hall of Fame status.

'Bradying' is not one of them and never will be one of them.

In fact, this overnight phenomenon is more of an insult than anything else.

The three-time Super Bowl champion, two-time Super Bowl MVP, two-time NFL MVP and record-holder for most touchdown passes in a single season just lost his second Super Bowl in five years.

He's feeling about as bad and angry as he ever could. After winning three Super Bowls in his first five seasons, Brady has come up short in the last two.

In Super Bowl XLVI, Brady was caught sitting on the field with his hands interlocked between his legs. His head was down, and he was obviously unhappy.


Fans took to it instantly with pictures and videos flooding the Internet.

A website is already up, Bradying.com, and anyone and everyone who dislikes the New England Patriots and their winning ways is getting in on it.

While many people dislike Brady for a variety of reasons, there is no denying that he is one of the best to ever play the game. His recent losses in the big game may change his legacy when all is said and done, but this pointless fad of 'Bradying' is nothing more than an insult.