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Tom Brady Report Card: Complete Grades for Entire 2011 Season

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Tom Brady Report Card: Complete Grades for Entire 2011 Season
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With a 12-3 record and a ninth AFC East crown in 11 seasons, the New England Patriots have established themselves as one of the top contenders for Super Bowl glory this February in Indianapolis.

Despite a host of issues on defense, the Patriots are on a seven-game winning streak with just the visit of the Buffalo Bills on New Year's Day standing in their way of home field advantage throughout the playoffs.

Key to their success, as ever, is the reigning league MVP Tom Brady. In a quarterback-friendly league, the future Hall of Famer is a difference maker who is enjoying one of the best statistical seasons of his career.

He is joined by Drew Brees and Aaron Rodgers as the most productive signal callers in the game, but how does Brady's year stack up against his efforts in 2007 and 2010?

Does it leave room for improvement in the playoffs, or is he already at his very best?

Let's examine his report card for the 2011 regular season.

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