Brady was the top AFC player after equaling his career-high with four touchdown passes in a 38-7 rout of Buffalo.
He was joined in the AFC by Tennessee Titans linebacker Keith Bulluck (defense) and Baltimore kick returner Yamon Figurs (special teams).
Bulluck equaled a franchise record with three interceptions as the Titans beat New Orleans, 31-14, and Figurs scored on a 75-yard punt return for his first career touchdown as the Ravens beat Arizona, 26-23.
Westbrook scored three touchdowns -- one receiving, two rushing -- and was the seventh player since the 1970 merger with more than 110 rushing and receiving yards in the same game as Philadelphia routed Detroit, 56-21.
The six-year veteran from Villanova totaled a career-high with his 221 yards from scrimmage.
Also earning NFC honors were Dallas cornerback Anthony Henry (defense) and Seattle linebacker Lance Laury (special teams).