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Max Kellerman Has Amazing Self-Own After Trolling Tom Brady

By David Hayes
Get Up host Max Kellerman hilariously calls out his own take about Tom Brady proving him wrong on Twitter.
Get Up host Max Kellerman hilariously calls out his own take about Tom Brady proving him wrong on Twitter. / Twitter/@maxkellerman
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It's always easy to own up to predictions that come to fruition. However, it takes quite the person to own up to predictions that couldn't fall any further off the mark. Especially when that person brings a wave of national attention to himself in doing so.

And that's exactly what ESPN Get Up host, Max Kellerman, did following the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Tom Brady's win over the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship this past Sunday night.

Dating back to as early as 2016, Kellerman pitched the stance that he believed Brady was on his way to falling off "a cliff." However, as the video below documents to a tee, that take continued all the way through the present without that cliff in sight.

Max Kellerman on Tom Brady's Cliff Prediction

As Brady now heads to his tenth career Super Bowl, Kellerman finally called himself out with a nice touch as well, noting how Brady has actually had a Hall-of-Fame-worthy career since he made his initial cliff prediction.

You have to appreciate seeing someone as high profile as Kellerman drawing attention to himself for being wrong and admitting it with such grace and attitude.


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