3. Tom Brady
I have been on the fence over the last few weeks regarding Brady’s placement on this list. His numbers are down from his usual standards, but he has played better as of late, and he is finally getting his offensive weapons back from injury. The Patriots incredible comeback over Denver was what pushed the ‘Golden Boy’ into the top five, because that performance was one of the best I have seen from the future Hall of Famer. Brady has New England chasing Denver for the top spot in the AFC, and at the end of the day, wins are what matter in this league and Tom Brady always seems to rack them up. (One more note, Brady’s stats over the last four games: 1,443 yards, 10 touchdowns, two interceptions, and a 70% competition percentage).