Best feud ever or nah?!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 29, 2015
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It's been quite the controversial year for Tom Brady.
His relationship with Gisele Bündchen began to get picked apart, and rumors started circling their marriage was coming to an end. Except he went on the record saying the model is his biggest supporter.
And guess what? All of the crap that's been thrown at the New England Patriot's quarterback doesn't matter, because the 38-year-old was named one of GQ's 2015 Men of the Year.
Since this is the 20th anniversary of the magazine's highest honor, the publication's head honchos felt it was only appropriate to reward someone who has been kicking ass for the past 20 years.
In fact, in spite of all the criticism and the cheating claims, the article immediately stated:
Well, this was a big mistake!
The NFL debuted their "Color Rush" jerseys on Thursday night for a game between the Buffalo Bills and New York Jets.
The Bills — who were clad head to toe in red uniforms — and the Jets — who similarly wore green over every inch of their bodies — put together the
best worst most bizarre Christmas-like display of football we think we've ever seen, and it didn't go over so well with fans!
Of course the red and green from Thursday's game elicited a Christmas-themed response all over social media, but a backlash formed that the league apparently didn't anticipate: color blind people were HATING this game!
Ch-ch-check out some of the reaction to the reds and greens on the field — which are generally the two most difficult shades to see for colorblind people — on Twitter: