This is Tom Brady Lying on the Hood of an Aston Martin

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And it proves why he’s the GOAT.

Ostensibly this image was made to announce that Tom Brady, the GOATest, has signed an endorsement deal with Aston Martin. He’ll be collaborating with the storied English manufacturer on a video series, Category of One, set to debut later this year. He’s excited:

“Aston Martin exemplifies dedication to the craft of car making through a meticulous attention to detail. While 104 years of heritage are reflected in each hand-built car, with product from the DB11 to the Aston Martin Valkyrie, this brand is primed to excel for the next 100 years as well.”

Yet his fiery rhetoric belies that most ineffable Bradian factor: his ease-of-GOATness. Look at Tom Brady lying supine on that car. He’s relaxed but alert, just like he is in the pocket when the defense brings a double A-gap before his receivers hit their spots. You would think it’s easy. You would think anyone could do this.

You think you could do this?

Think again.

First question: Do you even own an Aston Martin DB11, with 600 bellowing horsepower delivered by a buttery smooth V-12 engine?

Second question: Even if you do own an Aston Martin DB11, with a base price of $214,820 and a luxurious cabin blanketed in fine Strathmore leather, would you be willing to lie down on its all-aluminum clamshell hood, which the English call a bonnet, and risk scratching its rich, deep paint with the rivets of your premium denim?

Very doubtful.

Third question: Are you Tom Fucking Brady?

Because if you were, you’d already be lying on the hood of that Aston Martin DB11, available with an optional 1,000-watt Bang & Olufsen sound system, making it look like a goddamn Barcalounger. But instead you’re staring at Tom Brady doing just that, wondering: what’s he got that you don’t? How is he able to do this—again, and again, and again?

But you know why.

He’s Tom Brady. He’s the GOAT.

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