From Peter King: MVP Watch 1. Tom Brady, QB, New England. There's a growing thought in 2007 MVP circles that goes something like this: The MVP has to be Randy Moss, because this intergalactic offense was just very good before Moss arrived, and it's Moss who has made all the difference in this scoring factory. It's a good argument that has some validity, and I'm giving Moss a lion's share of the credit for the Patriots being so great. But there are two reasons why Brady's a better MVP pick than Moss. One: Moss is not receiving passes in a vacuum. Two new teammates, Wes Welker and Donte' Stallworth, have caught 101 balls for 1,238 yards and 10 touchdowns. You think they're not valuable in allowing Moss to see less blanket coverage than he'd be seeing if Jabar Gaffney and Reche Caldwell were the second and third Pat receivers? Two: Brady is on pace to set NFL records for accuracy, touchdown passes, TD-to-interception ratio and passer rating. He's in the midst of having the best year a quarterback has ever had. How does the best season at -- by far the most important position in the game -- not win a quarterback the MVP?