Tom Brady, you're the best - again. Brady has been the recipient of quite a few awards in his time, and the Patriots legendary quarterback received another accolade on Sunday night, as he was voted the best player in the NFL by the players in the NFL Network's countdown of the top 100 players.
Peyton Manning finished second in the voting while Adrian Peterson, Ray Lewis and Ed Reed round out the top five.
The list was chosen by the NFL players themselves, and the list was rolled out in a 10-part series. The rest of the top 10 consisted of Troy Polamalu, Andre Johnson, Darrelle Revis, Drew Brees and Julius Peppers, who finished 6-10. (via WEEI)
Brady, who was named the MVP of the league in 2010-11, threw for 3,900 yards and tossed 36 touchdowns for New England last season. In addition, he completed 65.9 percent of his passes (324-for-492) and was picked off only four times.