After leading the New England Patriots to the Super Bowl and becoming the youngest quarterback to win Super Bowl MVP honors, Tom Brady next went head-to-head with other top quarterbacks from around the league.
Brady and five others competed in the DIRECTV NFL Quarterback Challenge, which airs this weekend in two one-hour segments on CBS, both Saturday and Sunday from 4-5 p.m. In the competition, Brady looked to join **Trent Dilfer** as the only Super Bowl MVP to win that year's quarterback challenge.
Also competing this year were Aaron Brooks of the New Orleans Saints; Jeff Garcia of the San Francisco 49ers; Doug Flutie of the San Diego Chargers; Peyton Manning of the Indianapolis Colts; and Jake Plummer of the Arizona Cardinals.
The quarterbacks will participate in four events: speed and mobility, accuracy, long distance and read and recognition. In addition to battling for bragging rights, the quarterbacks are competing for $125,000 in prize money.