Josh Allen isn’t buying Tom Brady’s ‘hole-in-one’ video ahead of The Match

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Tom Brady may have pulled off one incredible golf shot this week, but at least one of his opponents in The Match next week isn’t buying it.

Brady shared a video that showed him holing out from the fairway on Wednesday morning.

Yet outside of Brady’s tweet, and the two links he shared below it trying to sell clothes from his Brady Brand line, there was no other context to the shot. It certainly looked cool, especially with the drone they flew right behind the shot, but something about it seemed a bit off. Not everyone was convinced it was as real as Brady’s playing it off to be.

Though Kansas City Chiefs star Patrick Mahomes was impressed, Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen had his doubts.

Despite the edits on the video that raise some red flags, Brady is insisting that it was a real shot.

He told ESPN’s Tom VanHaaren that the “once in a lifetime shot” was actually real, but he doesn’t count it as a hole-in-one because they just created a tee in the middle of the fairway.

Either way, real or fake, it’s clear these quarterbacks are ready for The Match next Wednesday.

Brady and Aaron Rodgers will go up against Mahomes and Allen in the latest edition of The Match next week in Las Vegas. The 12-hole exhibition is sure to be entertaining, even if the golf isn’t that great.

And, as fans can already see, there will be plenty of “s**t talk” from the four of them.

"I will come prepared like I always do to everything, and you know, it's different, golf s**t talk's a little different than pro football s**t talk," Brady said, via ESPN. "Usually, pro football s**t talk is, you usually have to back that up. Josh really hasn't backed up much on the football field in his career, let's be honest, especially playing against me.

"I would just say it's going to look like what it's looked like for a long time against [Allen], and Patrick, although he's played a lot of great games, he didn't really win the important ones. He has won a few of the other ones, but not the really important ones."

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The Match trash talk is starting a bit early after Tom Brady shared what he is calling a "once in a lifetime shot" on Twitter. (Eva Marie Uzcategui Trinkl/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)
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