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 you‚Ä¶ T: Looking at all of President Brady‚Äôs football records, I can‚Äôt imagine what it was like to cheer for his team! G: Well‚Ä¶ (long pause)‚Ä¶ in those days I actually cheered AGAINST him. I rooted for the Jets. T: The London Jets? Aren‚Äôt 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 ‚ÄúLombardi trophy‚ÄĚ. 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 ‚ÄúFireman Ed‚ÄĚ, told me stories about the 1960s when they did win it once. T: Didn‚Äôt President Brady‚Äôs 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 guy‚Ä¶ did they win the Brady award each time too? G: Well, that‚Äôs 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)‚Ä¶ Yes, he was always a leader, and very cool under pressure.