The New England Patriots quarterback has officially won AFC Offensive Player of the Week for two consecutive weeks, the team announced on Wednesday.
Despite being under heavy pressure from the Texans' stout pass rush, Brady completed his 25 of his 35 passes for 378 yards and five touchdowns, leading the Patriots to a 36-33 comeback victory.
Also adding into Brady's performance was the fact that he threw a game-winning touchdown pass with 23 seconds left on the clock, capping off a long drive that started with just 2:24 to play.
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Brady is up to 1,092 yards and eight passing touchdowns with no interceptions through three games this season. It was Brady's 52nd time leading the Patriots to a win following a fourth-quarter deficit.
New York Jets safety Terrence Brooks took the AFC defensive honor with two interceptions to the 20-6 win over the Miami Dolphins.
The AFC special teams award was earned by Buffalo Bills kicker Stephen Hauschka, who was 4-for-4 in field goals - including from 53 and 55 yards - and made both his extra-point attempts in the 26-16 victory against the Denver Broncos.
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