Brady Wins MVP, But Who Voted for Brett Favre?! January 5, 2008Posted by Marquis Chapman in Football, NFL, Sports.
New England Patriot’s Quarterback Tom Brady was named the NFL MVP, after a record setting season with the New England Patriots. Brady, who threw for a record 50 touchdowns this season, led the Patriots to a record setting season with a 16-0 record.
“I have always been a huge football fan and will always have great respect for the history of this game,” Brady said. “I am flattered to join such an esteemed list of players, many of whom I consider the greatest of all time. I hope that I can set as great of an example for kids around the world as the previous MVPs did for me. “
A total of 50 media members who cover the NFL, voted for this year’s MVP. 49 of the 50 members voted for Brady, with one member voting for Green Bay Packer’s quarterback Brett Favre.
Now, Favre had an amazing season himself, leading the Packers to an amazing record of 13-3, after a disappointing season the previous year. However, how could anyone in their right mind not vote for Tom Brady?! He had one of the best seasons in the history of the NFL. What could that one media member possibly say Brett Favre did better than Brady this year? This by far should have been an unanimous choice for Brady to win the MVP.
Regardless of that one media member, Brady got the award that everyone else in the world thought he deserved. Hopefully, Brady and the Pats can put a perfect ending to this season by winning the Superbowl.