NFL Quick Hits (Jan. 6th): Tom Brady Named Comeback Player Of The Year

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Tom Brady Named Comeback Player of the Year

Brady topped 4,300 passing yards, while throwing 28 touchdowns against just 13 interceptions a year after tearing his ACL.
Despite being out for 15 and a half games last season, Brady looked much like his old self, and helped get the Patriots back in the playoffs with a 10-6 record and a division title.
Raheem Morris Staying in Tampa Bay
The Bucs are bringing back Morris, who guided Tampa Bay to a poor 3-13 record in a weak NFC South division.
However, Tampa Bay did own impressive victories over Green Bay and New Orleans, and did a might fine job in a blow-out victory over Seattle.
Morris still has a ton of work to do, though, as his offense and defense both finished ranked below 27th in the league.
Giants and Bears Going After Perry Fewell
Both New York and Chicago fired their respective defensive coordinators, and are in search of a new one. Fewell is high on both teams' list, and is even being re...

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