As the regular season comes to a close, Tom Brady names his “definite” choice for NFL MVP.

As the regular season comes to a close, Tom Brady names his “definite” choice for NFL MVP.

As we move into Week 16 of the 2023 NFL season, quarterback Brock Purdy and running right back Christian McCaffrey of the San Francisco 49ers are two of the favorites to win MVP.

Since 2012, the NFL MVP hasn’t gone to a player who isn’t a quarterback. This year, Purdy is the big favorite to win at -230 to win the award.

With odds of +550, McCaffrey is the third-shortest favorite. The odds are shortest for Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (+525).

On a recent episode of Tom Brady’s “Let’s Go!” podcast, the star running back talked football with the GOAT. Brady said that McCaffrey was “definitely” the MVP choice.

“I remember the Rose Bowl was the very first time I really saw Christian,” Brady told NBC Sports. “Against Iowa, he caught a low pass and dashed for a touchdown of about 75 yards.” I thought, “Well, they won’t catch him!” He was a great player back then.

All of what he’s accomplished this year is a lot of which he’s done in the past. He’s a very good player now. The team is different, so they have different chances, and their attack has been really strong.

Almost every player would rather win the Super Bowl than be named MVP, but Brady pressed McCaffrey if it would make him special to win that award since running backs had a rough summer as a whole.

“To your point, I don’t talk about awards, but I do think that just being in the conversation constitutes an honor, and that’s because of the timing with running backs and other things.

I think that when you examine the history for the NFL and its running backs along with where we are now.

When it comes to the market, every position except for a few has had dips at some point. Part of this is because teams are trying to avoid their team’s price tag and deal with other issues in the game.

The Patriots are 2-7 on the season and went 3,682 miles for Frankfurt, Germany, to play the 4-5 Indianapolis Colts in hopes of putting their season back on track. Instead, they had the same kind of loss that has been common all season.

Belichick took starter quarterback Mac Jones out of the game after an odd interception in the late fourth quarter.

He then watched as backup quarterback Bailey Zappe threw an interception to tight defense on what could have been a last-ditch effort to win. After a season full of low points, the 10-6 loss had been the worst one.

Belichick shut his eyes as well as put both of his hands on his face after yet another loss. Like his Patriots team has done every year since the last Super Bowl, his blue-and-white snow hat slid back.

That’s hard to say because despite the fact that they were the best football team in the world—on February 3, 2019, they won their third Super Bowl in five years—cracks were appearing below the surface which slowly made their championship base weaker.

The drop is caused by a slow loss of top ability, a rough change in offensive coaching in 2022, and the fact that replacing a legendary quarterback is almost impossible.

There’s no doubt that Tom Brady continues to be a force in the NFL. A quarterback who’s teams always found a way to win, whether they were playing at home or away, during the regular season or the playoffs. He is an inspiration to those who want to do better.

Brady was picked 199th overall in the 2000 draft.  “Well, thanks for saying that, man. He told Brady, “That means a lot.”

His success isn’t just measured by rings; it’s also measured by how long he’s been around and how much respect he has earned on and off the field.