Tom Brady is the second of two players that I believe will have the strongest chance of winning MVP this year.
In Brady, we have both the reigning MVP and first ever unanimous winner. I don't see any slowing down for the Patriots quarterback.
While Brady's yards weren't his highest last year, they were certainly his most productive. With a 9:1 touchdown-to-interception ratio (36:4) and a passer rating of 111.0, Brady was masterful in his offense once again.
He showed the ability to adapt while losing Randy Moss in the middle of the season and should be able to handle anything that is required of him.
The biggest criticism of Brady is that it's the team who win, and not just him. This was evident in 2008 when he was hurt and Matt Cassel led them to an 11-6 record.
While this was a good record, they didn't reach the playoffs and that is what Brady does. He can get you through the tough games, make the game-winning drives and play his best in the clutch.
Also, no other team can say they went 16-0 and 14-2 in two of the last three seasons that their starter was healthy.
Brady must be doing something right.