Tom Brady is one of the greatest NFL quarterbacks of all time. And even he doesn’t think he would agree to an NFL script handing him his 7 Super Bowl rings.

The NFL has recently been poking fun at the viral trope that the league is scripting games, something that has been rumored among some fans for some time now. Former Tennessee RB Arian Foster stirred the pot again in late January when he jokingly “revealed” he was handed a script back in his playing days.

The NFL has run with the idea since. On Tuesday, Brady appeared in a video posted by the NFL announcing the return of the regular season. He’s shown telling the camera the following:

“You think I really would have played along with a script that had me losing to Peyton’s little brother Eli twice in the Super Bowl? No.”

Eli Manning, who went to Ole Miss, of course, definitely had Brady’s number in the early 2010s. Manning’s Giants beat out the Patriots in Super Bowls 42 and 46, both by less than a touchdown.

Brady is 7-3 in Super Bowls, falling to Nick Foles and “Philly Philly” to end the 2017 season as well. Unfortunately, Peyton Manning and Tom Brady never dueled in the Super Bowl since both combined to play the majority of their careers in the AFC.