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Let me go on record that I am a big Tom Brady fan and when news came out that he was aware that his team’s footballs had been deliberately tampered with, I couldn’t believe it. And now, a knowledgeable sports reporter from the Washington Post says that he was deliberately mislead by Commissioner Goodell. Here’s an excerpt of what Dan Steinberg wrote:

“Still, that’s mostly trivia and fact-checking. Being deliberately misleading about whether or not Brady openly admitted to discussing the allegations with the assistant during those conversations is not. This isn’t about whether or not anyone took air out of footballs, or whether or not a quarterback knew anything untoward was happening. This is about whether the commissioner of the NFL cares at all about accuracy, and whether he can be believed when he belches out his 20-page decisions. Last week, I made the mistake of assuming he could. I’ll try not to do that again.”

One of the most important characteristics of people with a high sense of self-worth is that they speak their mind and don’t keep their feelings and emotions bottled up inside themselves. Such was the case when Tom Brady’s wife, Super Model Gisele Bundchen blasted Tom’s New England Patriots teammates right after the Super Bowl ended by saying (after being teased by a nearby fan who told her “Eli owns your husband,”) “My husband cannot (expletive) throw the ball and catch the ball at the same time. I can’t believe they dropped the ball so many times.” There were four passes dropped near the end of the game, one of the most important by Wes Welker who apologized to the media after the game that he dropped a pass he should have caught. (Another characteristic of high self esteem: taking responsibility for your actions and not blaming other people.) Tom Brady is lucky to have a wife who speaks her mind and doesn’t withhold her feelings and emotions. They make the best wives. And he’s also lucky to have a teammate like Wes Welker.

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