Tom Brady named AFC Offensive Player of the Week once again
Another week, another award for Tom Brady, so it seems. Tom Brady has stuffed stat sheets week in and week out this season — and throughout his career for that matter — and this week was no different.
In the Patriots' win over the Miami Dolphins, Brady completed 26-of-38 passes for 356 yards, four touchdowns and zero interceptions. With that impressive performance, Brady earned himself AFC Offensive Player of the Week honors for the 25th time in his career.
By taking home the award for a 25th time, Brady moves one step closer to matching Peyton Manning's record of 27 awards. Seemingly every week Brady is a viable candidate for the title as he's put up eye-popping numbers each week. It's the second time he's been recognized with an AFC award, with the other being AFC Offensive Player of the Month.
Congratulations to Tom Brady, on his 25th career AFC Offensive Player of the Week Award! pic.twitter.com/JL9OnJ7qoi
— New England Patriots (@Patriots) November 4, 2015