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Tom Brady becomes Facepalm Tom as the Patriots lose

Touchdown Tom, meet Facepalm Tom

This is the Internet, so we have to have an image of the defeated quarterback in a football game. Today, with the Pats losing to the Broncos in the AFC Championship Game, that quarterback is Tom Brady:

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The man the Internet has come to know as Touchdown Tom had a pretty mediocre day -- while Peyton Manning racked up 400 yards passing, Brady had a bunch of overthrows. He ended up 24-for-38 with 277 yards, but a lot of that came as New England tried to rally back from a 20-point deficit. So, yeah, this kinda encapsulates his afternoon.

We added sad music:

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