One more season New England Patriots stellar quarterback Tom Brady was named the league player in the annual Top-100 survey conducted by the NFL Network television network, and involved 902 professionals who They play in the National Football League.
Brady also became the only one to have achieved it twice since the survey began in 2011. Last season came second after being outscored by another quarterback, Cam Newton of the Carolina Panthers.
Precisely it was chosen as number one in the first vote realized in 2011, fourth in the one of 2012 and 2013, third in the one of 2014 and 2015.
“Best of all, the best in the game,” said cornerback Darrelle Revis in the program that unveiled the survey.
“As long as Tom Brady is out there, he has that place as number one for all the good he does on the field and always thinking about the team,” said New York Jets linebacker Demario Davis.
Denver Broncos linebacker, Von Miller, was second; Followed by Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones; Receiver Pittsburgh Steelers, Antonio Brown; And Oakland Raiders Raiders linebacker Khalil Mack completing the top five.
Brady led the Patriots to win the Super Bowl LI, the fifth of his professional career, and named MVP, which was held at NRG Stadium in Houston on Feb. 7.
Brady’s 40th birthday on Aug. 3 was instrumental in getting the Patriots to make history by trailing a 3-28 deficit to the Falcons who eventually won the final score of 34-28 in time Of extension.
Brady played 12 games during the 2016 regular season to complete 291 passes from 432 attempts and 3,554 yards earned by the offensive area.
In addition to giving 28 passing passes and having only two interceptions.
In three games of the final tournament, Brady completed 93 passes of 142 pitches for 1,137 yards, including seven touchdowns and allowed three interceptions that ultimately did not cost his team any losses.