Predicting The 2013 NFL Awards

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Dec 16, 2012; Foxboro, Massachusetts, USA; New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) during the fourth quarter against the San Francisco 49ers at Gillette Stadium. The San Francisco 49ers won 41-34. Mandatory Credit: Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports

Offensive Player Of The Year

Tom Brady-New England Patriots

Over the last couple of seasons, I don’t think there has been a player that has produced on the field as consistently as Brady has. Like a fine wine, Brady just gets better with age, and he shows everyone this year after year.

Brady’s trademark accuracy and decision making have only gotten better, his pocket presence is unrivaled, and he now has some young, athletic receivers that will help him crank out another successful season. Brady’s new crop of weapons include, Danny Amendola, Aaron Dobson, Josh Boyce, Kenbrell Thompkins, and Gronk should be healthy relatively soon. His receivers bring a dimension to the Patriots offense that has been missing ever since Randy Moss left town. The Pats now have a couple of players that can stretch the field from the outside, and this will provide Brady with even more opportunities to rip apart the opposing defense.

Brady has not gotten the chance to show off his ability to throw the deep ball ever since Moss left. Now Brady will once again have the opportunity to show the rest of the league how dynamic he can be when that portion of the field is available to him. 2013 may not end up as record smashing as Brady’s historic 2007 campaign was, but he may reach similar levels of success with his new and improved receiving core.