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‘Bradying’ Replacing ‘Tebowing’ As National Phenomenon

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Tom Brady sits on the ground after throwing an interception in the fourth quarter during Super Bowl XLVI. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Tom Brady sits on the ground after throwing an interception in the fourth quarter during Super Bowl XLVI. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

BOSTON (CBS) — Move over, Tebowing. It’s time for some Bradying.

The new phenomenon sweeping the Internet involves football fans (though likely not many Patriots fans) mimicking Tom Brady.

The quarterback sat dejected on the Lucas Oil Stadium turf after throwing an interception early in the fourth quarter. The photo made Giants fans and Patriots haters alike rejoice in glee as they saw Brady seemingly pouting on the field.

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As a result, the act of Bradying was created, with a website — Bradying.com — dedicated to people submitting photos of themselves mocking Brady.

The concept of Bradying follows the national movement of Tebowing, which had fans taking a knee in prayer to mimic quarterback Tim Tebow.

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