Tom Brady is one heck of a handsome guy, and Jessie James Decker believes that's his Achilles heel.

E! News caught up with New York Jets wide receiver Eric Decker and his wife Jessie James at the PANDORA debut of its Valentine's Day collection and they both sounded off on the New England Patriots quarterback. But the mom of two and country singer reveals that he probably gets bullied a bit more than the others because of his handsome face.

"I think he gets picked on because he's hot," she says. "If it was someone else they probably wouldn't be picking on him."

But her husband speculates that there's more to it than that. "He also gets more calls than other quarterbacks in the league," the NFL star explains. "He's Tom Brady. He's won multiple championships."

Brady, who also happens to be married to supermodel Gisele Bündchen, does seem to have it all, but Eric says most quarterbacks have a tendency to "cry for calls," not just Brady. Given that the Patriots star and his team are also part of the AFC Championship this week, Eric believes that all players' actions—fair or unfair—will be highlighted.

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"I think every quarterback cries for calls to be honest," Eric explains. "A lot of skilled players on offense cry for calls, and on defense, they do hit low. That's just the way the league has been with the fines up top and the concussion problems. Guys are going and taking people's knees out, which is unfortunate because I'd rather be hit up high than down low."

We'll just have to wait and see what happens when Brady takes on Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos Sunday.

Best of luck!

Watch the video above to hear more about what this couple has to say about Brady.

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