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« on: February 06, 2011, 01:54:06 PM »

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DALLAS (AP)

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady on Sunday became the first unanimous choice for The Associated Press NFL Most Valuable Player Award since the AP began using a nationwide panel of media members who cover the league.

He surpassed himself, too: In 2007, when Brady won his first MVP, he got 49 votes; one voter went for Brett Favre.

"It is always flattering to be chosen for such a prestigious award," Brady said. "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.

"I am very humbled to be a part of an organization where winning comes first, and our goals are based around the success of the team."

Those successes, including three Super Bowl titles in the last 10 years, are in great part due to Brady's excellence.

Although he didn't set nearly as many passing marks as in '07, Brady by far was the league's top performer in leading New England to a 14-2 record, best in the NFL. He had a record streak of 355 throws without being intercepted, and passed for 36 touchdowns with only four picks.

Not that the 33-year-old Brady would compare this season's Patriots to any others.

"Every team every year is different," he said, "and over the course of 100 practices and many games a team establishes its identity. Players change, schemes change, opponents change, which is why the game is so exciting year in and year out.

"The fact that 32 teams start out each year with the same goal is why the popularity of the sport is at an all-time high. The great part about our sport is that nothing comes easy, and wherever you stand at the end of the year is the exact place that you deserve to be."

Individually, Brady stands above all others. The only Patriot to win the award, he and Peyton Manning, his rival for the NFL's best quarterback, have split the last four MVPs.

Brady followed his previous MVP trophy with a lost season, tearing left knee ligaments in the first half of the 2008 opener. His return in 2009 was solid, although hand and rib injuries slowed him.

This year, even with a sore right foot that required postseason surgery, Brady was simply dynamic. He twice threw for four touchdowns in a game and four times had three. Twelve times, he had a passer rating of at least 100.

And he guided a young team in transition to 14 victories.

"Brady is so special because he's such a great leader and all the players can relate to him," team owner Robert Kraft said. "These kids (rookies) who come in live in awe of him, but the nice thing is he treats them well.

"He works very hard, he studies very hard," Kraft added. "Being a great quarterback isn't just being very skilled. It's being able to process information quickly, to make the adjustments, and I think he's fabulous at that."

As fabulous as he might have been, Brady, not surprisingly, has some regrets about 2010.

"When the season is over, 31 teams are disappointed about the outcome," he said. "There is only one champion, and nobody plays this game for second place. The desire and hunger is about winning, which to me never gets old. The motivation to get up and work every day for that goal is something that challenges us all.

"Our team has very high expectations, and our team will come back this year with the same purpose," he said. "Whether or not that leads to a championship season will be determined by the commitment each player makes to do their job as best as they possibly can."
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« Reply #1 on: February 06, 2011, 01:58:13 PM »

Brady is getting old, I don't see him playing at 40 years old like favre....he's suffered a lot of injuries and the HIV makes it hard for him to recover
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« Reply #2 on: February 06, 2011, 02:00:31 PM »

Brady is getting old, I don't see him playing at 40 years old like favre....he's suffered a lot of injuries and the HIV makes it hard for him to recover

Fuck you and fuck your scumbag hoodlum thug jets and their fat as fuck fatass coach, Jumbo Jet...
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« Reply #3 on: February 06, 2011, 02:12:50 PM »

if they had gotten past fucking jets woulda won the owl and established brady on par with joe montana as best ever

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« Reply #4 on: February 06, 2011, 02:15:10 PM »

Brady`s the shit!!
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« Reply #5 on: February 06, 2011, 02:20:03 PM »

Brady is shit!!


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« Reply #6 on: February 09, 2011, 05:31:36 PM »

what a stupid game.

this and baseball..

revolves around one position.

dont try and sugar coat it...the best pitcher and the best QB pretty much are in the best teams....i wonder why?

like i said..fukcn stupid...apparently they are called "team sports"..

yeah right..
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