It’s that time again to find out who is the Tool of the Week this time around.  The candidates on tap for you to choose from are either one of the greatest QBs of all time that needs some safety scissors or one of the greatest tirades of protest that probably needs some more clothes.

Tom Brady was supposed to start and play for the New England Patriots this past Thursday against the Chicago Bears, but was absent from the field around kick-off.  The story then came out from Tom E. Curran of CSNNE that Brady had sliced his throwing hand with scissors trying to cut something off of his cleats.  Maybe next time you should use the tape cutter or have someone else us the equipment Tom…actually scratch that idea…



The wrestling coaches from Mongolia became overnight stars after they protested a ruling made by officials in the bronze medal match.  Mongolian wrestler Mandakhnaran Ganzorig started celebrating a bit early was deducted a point as a result.  That made the score tied and his opponent Ikhtiyor Navruzov of Uzbekistan was awarded the win by way of a tiebreaker.  That ruling infuriated coaches Byambarenchin Bayaraa and Tsenrenbataar Tsostbayar who started stripping off their clothes as a result.  Let’s just be happy that Tsostbayar stopped at his underwear.

We need your help now to determine which is more deserving of Tool of the Week.  Does Tom Brady injuring himself with scissors or the Mongolian wrestling coach striptease the more tool-worthy performance?  Make your voice heard!