Every year, there are a few big storylines leading up to the biggest football game of the year.
A couple years ago, it was the David & Goliath story: backup QB Nick Foles and the underdog Eagles going up against the New England Patriots, a team that has been to the Super Bowl 8 times since 2002. A couple years before that, the big story was whether or not Peyton Manning would retire after the big game. Most storylines coming out this year have to do with the crazy age difference between Tom Brady and everyone else.
But the real story this year is all about family. According to multiple reports with no credibility whatsoever, it came out that Tom Brady is actually Sean McVay’s (Head coach of the LA Rams) father.
You may be asking “how is that possible? Sean McVay is 33 and Tom Brady is 41.” But most people believe Tom Brady is actually somewhere around 50 or 60 years old.
Aging Expert Larry Hawkins weighed in on this:
“There’s just no way he could have accomplished so much in such a short amount of time. 5 Super Bowl wins? He has to be lying about his age.” – Larry Hawkins
Brady and McVay will be facing off Sunday night in a showdown of epic proportions. Regardless of the outcome, let’s just hope the father and son duo can reunite and go out for ice cream or a game of catch in the backyard after the game.