No MVP For AB84 As TB12 Already Has His Acceptance Speech Ready
Feb 02 2018 by Marjorie Miles
Everyone already expected Tom Brady would win the NFL MVP, and we'll know for sure Saturday night, but Twitter might have helped spill the beans a little early. The question is whether the Patriots already know Brady has won, or if they're just trying to be prepared. Well, someone was photographed on Thursday during Brady's media session carrying his acceptance speech in plain view. The shot depicts someone holding a stack of documents with one titled "Brady Acceptance Speech" peeking out on top.
"The purported speech opens with "... honored to be recognized as this year's recipient of the Associated Press MVP Award". He threw just 8 interceptions and had a quarterback rating of 102.8.
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Brady would also become the oldest quarterback to win the Super Bowl, surpassing his great rival Manning, who was 39 when he led the Broncos to victory over the Carolina Panthers two years ago. If/when he is presented with the MVP trophy, he'll join Johnny Unitas, Brett Favre and Jim Brown as players who have received the honor three times.
"My wife would say there are a lot of things I screw up at home, so my timing is way off with her", said Brady.