With now four games and four wins completed on the season, Patriots QB Tom Brady has been a man on a mission. Granted it is currently week nine of the season, and Brady missed the first four weeks of the season, so his stats are not quite on par with the rest of the league, but to date, Brady has thrown for 1,319 yards, he has thrown 12 touchdown passes, and the most impressive stat of all, he has yet to throw a single interception. He’s completed 73.1 percent of his passes and is the only starting quarterback over 70 percent this season. He also has a 133.9 QB rating. Brady is on pace for 3,957 passing yards, 36 touchdown passes, and zero interceptions this season. Imagine if Brady did not miss those four games to the start the season? He might have come close to his career-high 50 touchdown passes he threw back in 2007.

Now there are plenty of quarterbacks that are having good seasons. Atlanta Falcons’ QB Matt Ryan has thrown for 2,636 yards, 19 touchdowns, and just four picks. Oakland Raiders’ QB Derek Carr threw for 513 yards last week against the Buccaneers giving him 17 touchdown passes, three picks, and 2,321 yards on the season. The difference still remains that both Ryan and Carr have played in eight games this season. Brady is only going to play in 12 games this season, so his impressive play makes him the front-runner for winning the MVP award.

Remember Reggie Wayne? Well the former Indianapolis Colts wide receiver (and very brief New England Patriots receiver) took it upon himself to discredit Brady’s season:

Can Brady win MVP this season?

@ReggieWayne_17 “There is no way Tom Brady can win MVP because he was caught cheating this year.”

— NFL Total Access (@NFLTotalAccess) November 1, 2016

That is a bold statement for a couple different reasons. For starters, Tom Brady was not caught cheating this year, in fact, the whole deflate-gate scandal started back during the 2014 season on January 18th, 2015 when the Patriots embarrassed the Colts in the AFC Championship game. Another reason why that is a bold statement is because Wayne is just hating on Brady because he spent his career with Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts. Now that Wayne is a member of the media, he is going to have to understand that he is being paid to analyze the games each and every week. He needs to act like a professional and not making decisions and statements off emotion. I don’t know what games Reggie Wayne has been watching, but the stats don’t lie. The eye test alone shows how elite Brady is playing this year.

To make matters worse, Wayne took it upon himself to argue with Patriots fans on Twitter.

U Pats fans R funny. This is hilarious. B4 I get into this. 1st… where are you guys hear’n that I quit? #DontBelieveEverythingURead

— Reggie Wayne (@ReggieWayne_17) November 2, 2016

Here’s another one. when did you hear me say that their playbook was too hard so I quit? Newsflash… I’ve had harder playbooks. #IndyWas1

— Reggie Wayne (@ReggieWayne_17) November 2, 2016

Here’s another one. When did I say I “retired” cuz I was having “no fun” I’m just curious where yall getting this.

— Reggie Wayne (@ReggieWayne_17) November 2, 2016

My last tweet for all “yall” tonight. Ask BB if I quit or said it was 2 hard. Tell da source to holla at me. Lol. #GoodTalk #Interesting

— Reggie Wayne (@ReggieWayne_17) November 2, 2016

Reggie Wayne spent the end of training camp last season with the Patriots but reportedly asked for his release, later saying playing for the Patriots was too tough and he wasn’t having fun. As you can see in the above tweets, Wayne is denying all those reports and claiming they are not true. Why Wayne felt the need to antagonize Patriots fans is beyond me but given Wayne’s long history with Brady and the Patriots, he may just be a little bitter.