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Is Tom Brady the G.O.A.T.?

It's never really been a debate before. For years, people have been referencing former New England Patriots quarterback and icon, Tom Brady, as the Greatest Of All Time -- the GOAT.

And there hasn't even been any argument against it, really. Sure, there are the Brady haters because of Deflategate and the other Pats cheating scandals, and just the fact that for two decades, Brady and the Pats were just that damn good.

Super Bowl LIII - New England Patriots v Los Angeles Rams
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When there's constantly one team either in or just missing out on the Super Bowl year after year, it's frustrating for the rest of the league fans who just want their team to at least have a chance.

But coming off Patrick Mahomes' second Super Bowl win in four years a couple of weekends ago, there are many that think Mahomes may be the new GOAT, or at least the up-and-coming GOAT that will end up more GOATy than Brady.

But there's one person who seems like they'll forever say Brady is the GOAT of all GOATs -- the GOATiest GOAT -- Kevin Bacon.

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Getty Images / Chris Robert

Kevin Bacon's Song About Tom Brady

Shortly after Tom Brady announced that he's retiring for the second time in his career (and honestly, after seeing a meme that suggests Brady is taking the year off to try and win Gisele back, I feel like there's still a chance he'll try to come back again), Kevin Bacon randomly went viral because of Brady.

Sitting in what looks like some type of barn area surrounded by a bunch of goats, Kevin strums on his ukulele to the tune of Tom Jones' song She's a Lady singing his "goat GOAT song" about Brady's lats, still looking good in football pants, and stats he'll never have.

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