Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has been named the Associated Press' 2010 Offensive Player of the Year. Brady threw for 3,900 yards and tossed 36 touchdowns and a career-low four interceptions.
Brady received 21 out of 50 votes from a national panel that votes for the award. Eagles quarterback Michael Vick (3,018 passing yards, 21 TDs; 676 rushing yards, 9 TDs) finished second in the voting, receiving 11 votes.
In addition, Brady set the NFL record for consecutive passes without an interception, completing 355 straight passes without throwing a pick. This is the second time that Brady has won the award, as he also did so in 2007.