Tommy: Grandpa, did you like football when you were little like me? Grandpa: I sure did, Tommy. T: Did you ever see the Patriots Dynasty? Did you see President Brady play, back when they say he was the greatest football player ever? G: Yes I did. It was something, I tell youâ€¦ T: Looking at all of President Bradyâ€™s football records, I canâ€™t imagine what it was like to cheer for his team! G: Wellâ€¦ (long pause)â€¦ in those days I actually cheered AGAINST him. I rooted for the Jets. T: The London Jets? Arenâ€™t they always awful? G: Yes, but back then they were the New York Jets. T: Did they ever win anything, I mean, any Belichick trophies? G: Back then it was called the â€śLombardi trophyâ€ť. They never won any that I saw, or even played in any title games, or even won their division, but your great grandpa, who everybody called â€śFireman Edâ€ť, told me stories about the 1960s when they did win it once. T: Didnâ€™t President Bradyâ€™s Patriots team win it a whole lot of times? G: Yes, six times with Brady, then three more with another great QB named Mallett. T: Wow, they won nine World Bowls? G: Back then it was called the Super Bowl, and all of the teams were in the United States. T: Did President Brady and the other guyâ€¦ did they win the Brady award each time too? G: Well, thatâ€™s what they call the Super Bowl MVP trophy now, but Brady won it five times and Mallett twice. T: Was he really the best you ever saw at playing quarterback? Did you think he would be such a great leader, solving global warming and delivering peace to the Middle East? G: (groans)â€¦ Yes, he was always a leader, and very cool under pressure.