It appears the Patriots have their Tom Brady replacement in the pipeline.
New England owner Robert Kraft, who was seen sharing a moment with boxing great Floyd Mayweather Jr. during the Sunday Night Football broadcast of Pats-Falcons, took in another football game over the weekend -- his grandson Harry's.
Harry Kraft is the starting quarterback as a junior at Belmont (Mass.) Hill School. The son of Patriots vice chairman and president Jonathan Kraft, Harry totaled five touchdowns in a 38-11 win over Groton School in front of his family (h/t MaxPreps).
The young Kraft completed 17-of-27 attempts for 254 yards and four touchdowns while rushing for another score to account for all five TDs in the Hillies' victory, earning Player of the Week honors from both The Boston Globe and Boston Herald. The kid's a stud.
Although, Belmont Hill did blow a 10-0 lead -- built upon a 30-yard TD pass from Kraft -- to Buckingham, Browne & Nichols (Cambridge, Mass.) when he ultimately threw an overtime pick that was returned 104 yards for the game-winning score in a Week 1 loss.
So, maybe he's not the next Brady, but still there's a new generation in the Kraft legacy.