Tom Brady Wins Comeback Player Of The Year

Bryan BrackneyAnalyst IJanuary 6, 2010
The Associated Press is reporting that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was named comeback player of the year. Brady got 19 out of 50 votes. Cadillac Williams came in second with 15 votes.

Vince Young got third with seven votes, Cedric Benson and Brett Favre both got four votes. After only playing one game in 2008 due to a nasty knee injury, Brady went back in 2009 and lead the Patriots to the Playoffs.

Anthony Hargrove and Carson Palmer also got votes. I think Vince Young deserves this award. Let's face it, Brady still looks bad, and Young lead the Titans with an 8-1 record as a starter. Brady on the other hand, had a worse winning percentage than Brady?

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