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Surprising almost nobody, Patriots QB Tom Brady has been voted the Associated Press NFL Most Valuable Player for the 2007 season. Brady had a phenomenal statistical season with more than 4,800 yards and an NFL record 50 touchdown passes while leading an offense which set multiple NFL records. He also led the Patriots to the first ever 16-0 regular season and the first perfect regular season since 1972.
Brady secured all but one vote and his award is the first MVP in the history of the Patriots franchise.