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Tom Brady Named NFL MVP

Tom Brady (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

For the second time in his career, New England QB Tom Brady has been named the MVP of the NFL. Not only that, he became the first player to capture all 50 votes, becoming the first unanimous winner of the award.

“It is always flattering to be chosen for such a prestigious award, but I also look at it as a team award, as nothing in football gets accomplished without the mental toughness and determination of every player and coach associated with that team.” – Tom Brady

Brady put together quite a campaign this past season by throwing for 3,900 yds and leading the NFL with 36 TD with only 4 INT. He set an NFL record with 355 straight pass attempts without throwing an interception and he led the Patriots to an NFL-best 14-2 record.

This certainly doesn’t take away the pain of the loss to the Jets, but the 2010 Sports of Boston Player of the Year will just have to settle for being the best player in the NFL yet again.

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