New England Patriots

This Philadelphia Eagles fan didn’t waste any time in getting quarterback Nick Foles tattooed on his calf following Philly’s Super Bowl LII victory.

Teddy Munz, of New Jersey, got this tattoo of the Super Bowl MVP done in the matter of four hours, with his friends picking up the $400 tab.

Is it wrong to be a little critical of this tattoo? Because there’s a couple things wrong with it. For one, the football on top is pointing in the wrong direction. And two, the writing on the trophy could be considering wrong on a few different levels. But the tattoo did come out well, the shading is nice and his face looks great.

The funny thing is that Foles might not even be on the Eagles next year with Carson Wentz set to return, but he’ll always be remembered for beating the Patriots on the biggest stage.

Now after seeing this Foles tattoo, I thought I’d hunt down some Tom Brady tattoos to satisfy Patriots Nation and to remind us who the real MVP/GOAT is.

This one here was done by a local Boston artist.

If you haven’t heard of the Boston Barber & Tattoo Co., you must be living under a rock. Even Gordon Hayward got a haircut there upon his arrival to Boston.

GOAT > Jackass (Hartford, CT)

This “photorealism” tattoo is pretty spot on. (Somerset, MA)

LETS GOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!! (Nashua, NH)

All the tattoos you’ve seen so far are all fairly local. The reach of the Patriots, Tom Brady and the NFL can’t be debated here. This tattoo shows us that the Patriots and in particular Tom Brady, have loyal fans around the world. Believe it or not, but this tattoo was done in São Paulo, Brazil!

Who could blame Craig for being a fan of the Patriots and LEGOs? You have to admit, it’s original and it came out wicked cool looking. (Franklin, MA)

If you have a Patriots, Tom Brady or even a Boston sports tattoo, tweet us a pic. We’d love to see your Patriots Nation ink.

—  By John ‘The Dude’ Hardiman, 985TheSportsHub.com

John Hardiman is a Digital Producer for 985TheSportsHub.com. Any opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect those of 98.5 The Sports Hub, Beasley Media Group, or any subsidiaries. Have a news tip, question, or comment for John? Hit him up on Twitter @HardiDude or e-mail him at john.hardiman@bbgi.com.