Sunday, January 6, 2008

Tom Brady Voted 2007 NFL MVP Award

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has been voted most valuable player of 2007 NFL Season. This is the first NFL MVP award for him in his eight year long career. Tom Brady has many successes in his glorious career including three Super Bowl rings. Now, MVP award has been added to his individual success. He has been in an impressive form throughout the year 2007 with a record 50 touch down passes. Actually, he played a great role behind the unbeaten finish of New England Patriots in the regular season of 2007 NFL.

Transworldnews reported:
Brady finished the regular season with a 117.2 passer rating while completing 68.9 percent of his passes and totaling 4,806 yards with only eight interceptions.
While Brady has won three Super Bowl rings during is eight-year career, the 2007 NFL MVP is his first and with the exception of one vote going to Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre, it was nearly unanimous.

Yes, Tom Brady has spent a great regular season and he has been paid off immediately. New England Patriots will be happy to see him continue his success in the play off round and he still has a big part to play for New England Patriots leading the side to the Super Bowl. New England Patriots has got a bye and will play their first match in the divisional round of play off this season.

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