Tom Brady Wins Record-Breaking 10th AFC Offensive Player of the Month

The ageless wonder does it again, this time capturing his 10th AFC Offensive Player of the Month which is good for the most ever.

The 40-year-old has been lighting it up this season and would be a runaway MVP candidate had it not been for Wentz and the resurgence of the Eagles. He finishes November with a 128.1 QB rating going 73-99 for 833 yds, 10 TD, and 1 INT.  He managed to do this while playing the Raiders & Broncos on the road (and at elevation) and a division rival in the Dolphins. All games were won by at least 17 points and the Patriots look like they are back in peak form.

Much credit of this has to go to Brady, who should be #1 in MVP talks.  He leads the league with 3,374 yds and has the best TD-INT ratio at 26 TDs and 3 interceptions. Can’t forget about him on the ground either with 21 attempts for 24 yards. Kidding obviously but what TB12 is doing is unprecedented and should be appreciated even more than it already is.

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