Tom Brady isn't too interested in winning the NFL's MVP award. Brady and fellow quarterback Michael Vick appear to be engaged in a two-man race for the award. "My feeling, as always, is the most valuable player award in a team sport, to me that doesn't make a lot of sense," Brady told WEEI Radio. "I can understand you have a most valuable golfer or something like that. Michael Vick is a great player, and he's the best player for that team. He fits what they do well. Peyton Manning fits what his team does well. "Unfortunately, it's really a quarterback award, not a lot of other great players get that recognition, which they probably should. There are so many great players in the league. You know, I guess it's something they have to do. The only award I ever cared about is a Super Bowl ring."
Brady: Winning MVP 'Doesn't Make A Lot Of Sense'