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Kellerman: Tom Brady is a bum in short order

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By Anthony Caruso III
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On Thursday’s First Take, new co-host Max Kellerman said “Tom Brady will be a bum in short order.” He also said that he may play good for the rest of this season or next, before falling off of a cliff.

He also said he’ll fall off the cliff “Coyote-style” when the Coyote falls off the cliff when he’s chasing the roadrunner. Kellerman, who just started as a co-host of First Take on Monday, says he also predicted the end of Derek Jeter, Kobe Bryant and Peyton Manning’s careers.

The 39-year-old has been playing on an elite level throughout his entire career. Brady will resume as the New England Patriots starting signal-caller in Week 5 after being suspended for Deflategate.

Bill Belichick, the Patriots head coach and defacto general manager, said on Wednesday that the team will start Jimmy Garoppolo. The 2014 second-rounder is 20-of-31 for 188 yards and a touchdown while playing sparingly behind Brady in the past two seasons.

Tom Brady (Getty Images)

The Patriots went to their sixth straight AFC Conference Championship game last season before losing to the Denver Broncos. In the off-season, the Patriots did not lose much on offense.

Last season, Brady went 402-of-624 for 4,770 with 36 touchdowns and seven picks. The 4,770 yards were the most since 4,827 in 2012.

In his career, he’s 4,953-of-7,792 for 58,028 with 428 touchdowns and a 150 interceptions.

He’s fifth all-time in passing yards and only one of two active players in the Top 5. Drew Brees, the New Orleans Saints quarterback, is fourth with 60,903.

Recently tired Peyton Manning has the most-ever with 71,940.

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