Tom Brady wins third NFL MVP; Rams’ Todd Gurley finishes second

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MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — Forget that Tom Brady shattered NFL records as a 40-year-old quarterback in the 2017 season, playing some of his best football in his 18-year career.

Brady didn’t just dominate the 40-year-old age bracket; his excellence extended across the entire NFL, and on Saturday he became the oldest player to win the NFL’s Most Valuable Player award.

McVay, Rams make history with awards haul

The Rams made history Saturday night by winning the Coach of the Year, Offensive Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year awards — the first time a team has ever wrapped up the three honors in a single season.

Brady earned 40 votes in balloting by a nationwide media panel, easily winning over Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley (8) and Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz (2).

Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman accepted the award on Brady’s behalf at the NFL Honors awards ceremony in Minneapolis.

“There’s no quarterback I’d rather have on my team than Tom Brady,” Pats coach Bill Belichick said leading up

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