The Super Bowl is just a few days away as it will be played on Sunday, February 3rd in Atlanta. It will be an interesting matchup as the New England Patriots will take on the Los Angeles Rams in a game that could build the legacies of both franchises. More specifically, this game could potentially be Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's sixth Super Bowl win. He already has the most Super Bowls of any quarterback in NFL history, but even at 41 years old, he continues to be elite.

One person who isn't so happy about Brady's continued success is actor Daniel Radcliffe, who took exception to Brady keeping a Make America Great Again hat in his locker. It was that little transgression that prompted Radcliffe to stop rooting for Brady. In an interview with Variety, the Harry Potter actor explained his Brady beef.

“Take that MAGA hat out your locker,” Radcliffe said. “I feel like that was the moment when we were like, as a country, ‘Oh, c’mon, dude, we all want to be behind you, you’re awesome, don’t put that in there.'”

Ever since the MAGA hat appeared in his locker, some people in the United States turned against the Patriots calling them "Trump's Team." Going into Sunday, Radcliffe says the majority of Americans will be rooting against Tom and the Pats, and so will he.

Who do you think will win the big game on Sunday?