Social media went off on Thursday (July 27), after people found that Tom Brady appeared in Google searches as the owner of the New York Jets.
Just so we’re clear. The New England Patriots quarterback is not the owner of the Jets. It’s Woody Johnson, a heir to the Johnson & Johnson brand.
Try Googling "owner of the Jets" pic.twitter.com/YPC6LwBr5f
— ESPNBoston (@ESPNBoston) July 27, 2017
While it’s an obvious mistake, Brady has “owned” the Jets on the field. He actually has a 24-8 career record against the New York team, along with 7,625 pass yards and 48 touchdowns.
Check out some of the chatter on Twitter regarding the mistake below:
Type in "jets owner" on Google and Tom Brady comes up?
This is real im not joking go try it
— KING BRADY?????? (@TB12Has6Rings) July 27, 2017
If you google "owner of the Jets" Tom Brady pops up. Oh no. NOW I'm really embarrassed to be a Jets fan!
— KFC (@KFCBarstool) July 27, 2017
— Ann Connolly (@annrconnolly) July 27, 2017