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Patriots' Tom Brady Named AP Offensive Player Of The Year

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.