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Videos: Ten reasons not to hate Tom Brady -- sort of

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Earlier this week, after we published a gallery of Tom Brady hate memes, a number of our readers called us out, arguing that "hate" shouldn't have been used in this context. (We didn't really hear similar complaints over a collection of Philip Rivers hate memes, but we digress.) And so, with the Broncos' playoff games against Tom Brady's Patriots just days away, we decided to make amends, by creating a video-assisted top ten list of reasons not to hate Brady -- sort of. See what we mean by counting down our picks below.

Number 10: He's a really excellent dancer

Number 9: He does a wicked version of "Call Me Maybe."

Number 8: His supermodel wife has his back

Continue to keep counting down our ten reasons not to hate Tom Brady. Number 7: He's not afraid to express himself -- especially with a word that starts with "F." Here's one example....

...and another....

...and another....

...and another....

Continue to keep counting down our ten reasons not to hate Tom Brady. Number 6: He has hair to Funny or Die for

Number 5: And he really knows his way around a curling iron

Continue to keep counting down our ten reasons not to hate Tom Brady. Number 4: He advertises products that everyone needs, like Stetson cologne....

...and Under Armour....

...and UGG....

Continue to keep counting down our ten reasons not to hate Tom Brady. Number 3: He proved the NFL scouting combine is ridiculous by doing terrible in it and then winning three Super Bowls

Number 2: He really knows how to celebrate

Number 1: His South Park bit is a laugh riot -- especially if you're a Broncos fan

Send your story tips to the author, Michael Roberts.

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