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Watch every pass from Tom Brady's amazing 406-yard return (Video)

Can New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady become the first NFL player to win an MVP award after missing four games? After watching him destroy the Cleveland Browns in his first game back, you can’t rule it out. Brady was amazing. He threw for 406 yards, the eighth 400-yard game in his career. Even though he sat out the last four games due to a suspension, he looked sharp physically and mentally.
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