Eagles fans, get to know T.J. Smith.
He's soaking in the Super Bowl victory just like you … and it's awesome.
T.J. (Torrey Jeremiah) is the adorable 3-year-old son of Eagles wide receiver Torrey Smith.
Showing excellent camera presence and professionalism, T.J. sat down with the NFL Network's Lindsay Rhodes for an interview that aired Thursday on NFL Total Access.
T.J. was asked about the Super Bowl, the championship parade and football.
And, beautifully, he used his answers as an opportunity to take some subtle but perfect shots at the Patriots.
When asked about the Patriots, the little guy made this face and firmly said he only likes the Eagles.
And the interview got only better from there.
Here are some of the highlights, while you can watch it all below.
No Patriots bus, just Eagles bus. I was sitting at the top.
- T.J. when asked if he liked the parade
The Patriots' quarterback never caught the ball. Well, Nick Foles caught the ball and scored a touchdown.
- T.J. when asked for the best part of the Super Bowl and if he had fun
TJ’s interview on @nflnetwork was hilarious 😂😂😂😂😂....he wasn’t cursing he was his Kelce impersonation 😂😂😂— Torrey Smith (@TorreySmithWR) February 16, 2018
Here's T.J. hanging out with his dad, his brother Kameron and Carson Wentz after the 38-7 NFC Championship Game win over the Vikings.
(USA Today Images)
He's clearly the man and ready to take down the Patriots.