When asked if the NFL is scripted, Tom Brady throws Eli Manning under the bus.

Every year, a few NFL observers lament the unproven conspiracy belief that the league is scripted. ed.

The GOAT has now spoken out. Former Patriots and Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady addressed the issue in a video released by the NFL on Tuesday. 

brady responded to the allegation by making fun of his two Super Bowl losses to the Giants and then-quarterback Eli Manning.

"Do I think the NFL is scripted?" Brady inquired. 

Clemson was behind 3-0 after the first quarter when Swinney spoke to ESPN about the team's effort.

"Do you think I would have followed a script that had me losing to Peyton's younger brother, Eli, twice in the Super Bowl?" ...

"No." Despite winning seven Super Bowls, the fact that he was defeated three times clearly irritates the GOAT. The Giants' social media staff responded to Brady's video by saying that if previous Super Bowls were scripted, they had no problem with the writers.

"This appears to be a perfect script to us." Manning and the Giants defeated the Patriots in Super Bowl XLII in 2008 and Super Bowl XLVI in 2012. Brady's only other loss in the big game came against the Eagles in Super Bowl LII.

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