NEW YORK, Dec. 12 (UPI) -- New England quarterback Tom Brady Wednesday was named AFC Offensive Player of the Week for the fourth time this season.
He completed 32 of 46 passes for 399 yards with four touchdowns in last Sunday's 34-13 win over Pittsburgh.
The 399 passing yards represented the second highest single-game total of his career, and his touchdown pass total rose to 45, the third-highest in a single-season in NFL history with Dan Marino and Peyton Manning.
He was joined in the AFC by Denver end Elvis Dumervil (defense) and Houston kick returner Andre Davis (special teams).
Dumervil made five tackles, tied a career-high with three sacks and forced one fumble in the Broncos' 41-7 rout of Kansas City.
Davis returned the kickoff opening the second half for a career-long 97-yard touchdown in the Texans' 28-14 win over Tampa Bay, giving the Virginia Tech grad two career kick returns -- one on a kickoff and the other on a punt.