Tom Brady’s biggest concern on Super Bowl Sunday would rather be Clay Matthews and the Green Bay Packers defense.
However, he’ll have to settle for winning his second Associated Press NFL MVP Award.
Brady was a unanimous choice, as he received all 50 votes. It’s the first time under the current voting format that any player was a unanimous selection.
This marks Brady’s second MVP award, his first coming during New England’s epic 16-0 regular season in 2007.
His efforts in 2010 were rock solid as well. Brady threw 36 touchdowns and was intercepted just four times en route to leading New England to a 14-2 record.
The win gives Brady the same number of MVPs (2) as one of his boyhood heroes…Joe Montana.