WATCH: Tom Brady Shows Off Ridiculous Throwing Accuracy in Stunt That Has NFL Fans Freaking Out

by Madison Miller

There’s a reason the sports community calls Tom Brady “The G.O.A.T.” after all.

On top of his seven Super Bowl victories, his five times as the Super Bowl MVP, and his three-time NFL Most Valuable Player awards, Brady has proved he’s truly a unicorn in terms of football quarterbacks.

As if massive success and milestone wins aren’t enough, Tom Brady likes to remind people why he (and many others) thinks he’s the greatest of all time. He recently posted a video of his training process.

It’s captioned, “Training camp starts this week. I’m looking forward to having some actual receivers again…” Brady is throwing a football perfectly into the center of an automated machine that throws it right back out again.

While some fans were in awe of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback’s accuracy, others questioned if this was real or not. One commenter wrote, “Tom, that’s like 10 yards away. Anyone could do that.” Meanwhile, another person added, “Cool video, but not real folks. A football would not stick into a moving Jugs machine. It would bounce right off.”

Tom Brady posted the same video to his Instagram account. He tagged Ari Fararooy as the videographer. Fararooy also posted the clip and shared that he was responsible for the visual effects. The CGI is tagged as Warm & Fuzzy and Shadow Lion, Brady’s off-the-field media organization is the producer.

Although it may not be real, Brady is good enough to trick people into thinking that it is.

Tom Brady Shows Off Super Bowl Rings

Tom Brady is a lot of things, however, humble may not be at the very top of that list.

It’s become a ritual of sorts for the quarterback to show off his bling. Right as he gets the ring in the summer after winning in February, Brady puts all his rings on all at once.

According to ESPN, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers just got their rings this past Thursday. The rings have 319 diamonds. This is made up of 15 karats of white diamonds and 14 karats of yellow diamonds. The rings reflect the final score in the Super Bowl game, 31-9.

The top of the ring comes off, which is a first for any ring and features the word “Historic” laser-etched in gold.

He put all those gaudy rings on and posed for a “How it started vs How it’s going” picture. It’s certainly a flex, but it’s not exactly a humble one. He proved the level of his ego during a recent SiriusXM Town Hall event with Jim Gray.

“It would be a no-brainer if you said, ‘Hey, you’ve got a chance to get Wayne Gretzky on your team,’ or ‘You get a chance to have Michael Jordan on your team. ‘Ahh, we don’t need him. No thanks, we’re good.’ In my mind, I’m kind of thinking, okay, let me go show those teams what they’re missing. And at the same time, let me go prove to the team that did bet on me, and the team that really showed that they really wanted me and committed to me, that I’m not going to let them down,” Brady said.