For most people, Tom Brady is the NFL’s all-time best player. To far, Brady has racked up an impressive list of accomplishments in his more than two decades in the game.

Aside from his record-breaking seven Super Bowl victories, Brady can also boast of being named the NFL’s Most Valuable Player by the Associated Press.

In addition, the National Football League has seen more than 26,000 players. It’s just 47 of them who can say they have won the Super Bowl MVP award, and the veteran is one of them.

Number of Tom Brady NFL and Super Bowl MVP Awards

When he was a quarterback for the New England Patriots, he earned MVP awards in 2007, 2010, and 2017. For the first time in franchise history, the New England Patriots’ offense in 2007 was as explosive as any in the NFL’s history. Brady established an NFL record for regular-season touchdown passes with 50 and was awarded the league’s MVP.

He won the NFL MVP Award for the second time in 2010 after receiving unanimous support from the league’s coaches and players. In 2017, the quarterback received the NFL’s most prestigious award. At the age of 40, he became the oldest player in NFL history to win the MVP award for the third time.

In the NFL’s storied history, only Brady has been the MVP of five different championship games. With five Super Bowl MVP awards under his belt, Brady is the only player in NFL history to win this honor twice, with the Patriots, and the Buccaneers.