Tom Brady Not A Top-Five NFL Quarterback, According To Pro Football Focus And ESPN

Jun 2, 2014 Full story: CBS Local 70

A few years ago, football analysis website Pro Football Focus shook the football world by claiming Tom Brady was the 33rd-best player in the NFL in 2010, the year that he became the first-ever unanimous NFL MVP.

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Matt

La Grange, IL

#1 Jun 2, 2014
Not only is Tom Brady not a top 5 quarterback these days, he's not a top 15 quarterback. Apparently TB fanboys don't like to hear their idol is nothing more than a system qb. Or else perhaps Matt Cassell is a hall of famer as well? After all, he went 11-5 in New England with 3700 yards even tho he hadn't started a game since, uh, high school. Belichick deserves your praise. Your defense in the early 2000s deserves your praise. Randy moss and your tight ends deserve your praise. Your offensive line of the last decade and a half deserve your praise. Tom Brady? He just deserves a 'congratulations' for being lucky enough to be blessed with the organization he's been given. One day, the unknowing, simpleton casual fan will figure it out. Til then, enjoy rooting for a guy that can't compete a long ball, can't take pressure, and defines the foregone era of the immobile statue pocket passer.
Janitor

Cypress, CA

#2 Jun 2, 2014
Matt wrote:
Not only is Tom Brady not a top 5 quarterback these days, he's not a top 15 quarterback. Apparently TB fanboys don't like to hear their idol is nothing more than a system qb. Or else perhaps Matt Cassell is a hall of famer as well? After all, he went 11-5 in New England with 3700 yards even tho he hadn't started a game since, uh, high school. Belichick deserves your praise. Your defense in the early 2000s deserves your praise. Randy moss and your tight ends deserve your praise. Your offensive line of the last decade and a half deserve your praise. Tom Brady? He just deserves a 'congratulations' for being lucky enough to be blessed with the organization he's been given. One day, the unknowing, simpleton casual fan will figure it out. Til then, enjoy rooting for a guy that can't compete a long ball, can't take pressure, and defines the foregone era of the immobile statue pocket passer.
Hey Matt, ran your response by 17 guys and to the man, they all think you have a problem identifying talent. Five thought you have psychological problems. Four thought you just like to bitch like a little girl. Obviously your viewpoint is your own and you have a right to it. Sorry to say nobody agrees with you and you got about half interested in how you could be so stupid. The others could care less. Just for your info...Pete Carroll, Cassell's coach at USC called the Pats before he was drafted and told them that Cassell was just as good as that years Heisman Trophy winner and to draft him (Carroll previously coached the Pats before Belichick). Funny how no other quarterback in Belichick's "system" could make it work, not even Bledsoe, a top 25 QB based on career numbers. Tells us, why do you really hate Brady, Closet Peyton fan?
Dad is a sports writer and he won't even tell the truth to you? Don't forget, if Brady sucks so bad that only means that every QB sucks as well because there aren't any better. And only Montana and Unitas are in the conversation with him. Ciao .
Darkness Falls

Houston, TX

#3 Jun 3, 2014
Matt wrote:
Not only is Tom Brady not a top 5 quarterback these days, he's not a top 15 quarterback. Apparently TB fanboys don't like to hear their idol is nothing more than a system qb. Or else perhaps Matt Cassell is a hall of famer as well? After all, he went 11-5 in New England with 3700 yards even tho he hadn't started a game since, uh, high school. Belichick deserves your praise. Your defense in the early 2000s deserves your praise. Randy moss and your tight ends deserve your praise. Your offensive line of the last decade and a half deserve your praise. Tom Brady? He just deserves a 'congratulations' for being lucky enough to be blessed with the organization he's been given. One day, the unknowing, simpleton casual fan will figure it out. Til then, enjoy rooting for a guy that can't compete a long ball, can't take pressure, and defines the foregone era of the immobile statue pocket passer.
Your first sentence reeks of insanity, then it just gets worse. Brady is not even a top 15 QB? HAHAHAHA!!!!! There are aborigines living in mud huts that know Tom Brady is one of the greatest quarterbacks ever. He is top 5, EASY. At least you had enough sense not to praise the Patriots running game because they virtually had none. So when that's the case, it takes an all-world premiere passer to pick up the slack and carry the offense through the air, which is exactly what Brady did enroute to THREE Super Bowl victories. With just a decent running game, Brady would have made mincemeat out of the New York Giants both times. Brady has been carrying the Patriots and Belichick for well over a decade.
Mud Hut Aborigine

Miami, FL

#4 Jun 3, 2014
I liked watching Sanchez scramble around the pocket with the ball wedged up his ass.
Football Fan

Cypress, CA

#5 Jun 5, 2014
Mud Hut Aborigine wrote:
I liked watching Sanchez scramble around the pocket with the ball wedged up his ass.
Sanchez went to school just down the road from here, both high school and then again in college. He was unbelievably gifted but thought too highly of himself and never put in the work. Pete Carroll told Mark that he needed another year of college if for no other reason, he needed to develop his work ethic before going to the next level. This may be hard for some to believe but talent wise, this kid was way ahead of the skillset curve early on. He should be the poster child for what happens to players who don't like to put in the work at practice. Remember Allen Iverson...PRACTICE, WE ARE TALKING ABOUT PRACTICE. Work ethic alone can make a QB. Without it, even the most gifted haven't a chance. Let Sanchez serve as a warning to anyone thinking they can get by on skill alone. Never gonna happen. Best players in every sport are always the ones who give it their all, even on the practice field.
Laughing Bear Fan

Longmont, CO

#6 Jun 5, 2014
Brady's not a top five QB because he prefers the bottom with Giz riding him wearing a strapon
Janitor

Cypress, CA

#7 Jun 5, 2014
Laughing Bear Fan wrote:
Brady's not a top five QB because he prefers the bottom with Giz riding him wearing a strapon
It's clear you are looking in the mirror wearing your wig and hoping yet again. You have got to get out and meet people. Staying cooped up in your room isn't going to help you get over your fantasy world dilemma.
Even his new enemy Talib says Brady is in the top 2.

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#8 Jul 4, 2014
Darkness Falls wrote:
<quoted text>Your first sentence reeks of insanity, then it just gets worse. Brady is not even a top 15 QB? HAHAHAHA!!!!! There are aborigines living in mud huts that know Tom Brady is one of the greatest quarterbacks ever. He is top 5, EASY. At least you had enough sense not to praise the Patriots running game because they virtually had none. So when that's the case, it takes an all-world premiere passer to pick up the slack and carry the offense through the air, which is exactly what Brady did enroute to THREE Super Bowl victories. With just a decent running game, Brady would have made mincemeat out of the New York Giants both times. Brady has been carrying the Patriots and Belichick for well over a decade.
Tom Brady is No Russell Wilson !! Brady is Not a winner !! 2 losses to a Mediocre Giants team and 2 Superbowl victories won on the end of Adam Vinatres foot say it all ! Oh plus Spygate . I say Russell Wilson is the present and the future . Wilson is Joe Montana like , not flashy numbers but a winner . Athletic , can scramble , think ,and keep drives alive .
Janitor

Cypress, CA

#9 Jul 4, 2014
Crazytempest wrote:
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Tom Brady is No Russell Wilson !! Brady is Not a winner !! 2 losses to a Mediocre Giants team and 2 Superbowl victories won on the end of Adam Vinatres foot say it all ! Oh plus Spygate . I say Russell Wilson is the present and the future . Wilson is Joe Montana like , not flashy numbers but a winner . Athletic , can scramble , think ,and keep drives alive .
Concurr with the crazy part?
Brady deserved the MVP last year not Peyton. Peyton was set up to succeed like no one ever was before will ProBowl receivers, best Oline (least sacks allowed) and he still threw it all away with INTs and fumbles in the big game. Had to have a referee give him an interference call that wasn't there against San Diego and have Talib taken out to even get to the SB.
Meanwhile Brady threw two touchdown passes, one to Amendola the other to Hoomanawanui that where dropped. Either one would have given the number one seed to New England because of Brady's 24 point comeback to defeat Peyton. Sport writers admit that had Brady taken the top seed with his no receiver, and revolving Oline offense, that they would have been compelled to hand the MVP to Brady as well. Think about it. Wether Amendola or Hoomanawanui caught the ball or not, Brady delivered not one but two game winners. It wasn't his fault that Belichick has surrounded him with average players at best. And yet with these average players, Brady still had a 12-4 record, and took them to the AFC Title game.
Peyton historically has all the assets to be successful and blows them all away while getting stats anyone could get with a loaded offense. Meanwhile Brady has crap for an offense and still manages to have the second highest scoring total and wins at a clip greater than Peyton, by far.
Time the media calls it as it is and not as they wish it would be. Brady over Peyton in a knockout.
Sam

Cypress, CA

#10 Jul 4, 2014
Laughing Bear Fan wrote:
Brady's not a top five QB because he prefers the bottom with Giz riding him wearing a strapon
I agree. Brady is not a top 5 QB. He is the top 1 QB. The best there ever was.
As for Gisele, bet she wouldn't even waste her spit on a pervert like you.
Its easy to see you are jealous. Tom and Gisele don't need me to defend them but you need to wake up. True ladies will be very selective and then get very freakie with the guy they love, as it should be. Somehow you forgot everything but the ending. Need to grow up or you will will miss out on the best life has to offer. You also would be better off keeping you fantasies to yourself.
Janitor

Cypress, CA

#11 Jul 4, 2014
Matt wrote:
Not only is Tom Brady not a top 5 quarterback these days, he's not a top 15 quarterback. Apparently TB fanboys don't like to hear their idol is nothing more than a system qb. Or else perhaps Matt Cassell is a hall of famer as well? After all, he went 11-5 in New England with 3700 yards even tho he hadn't started a game since, uh, high school. Belichick deserves your praise. Your defense in the early 2000s deserves your praise. Randy moss and your tight ends deserve your praise. Your offensive line of the last decade and a half deserve your praise. Tom Brady? He just deserves a 'congratulations' for being lucky enough to be blessed with the organization he's been given. One day, the unknowing, simpleton casual fan will figure it out. Til then, enjoy rooting for a guy that can't compete a long ball, can't take pressure, and defines the foregone era of the immobile statue pocket passer.
If you want your conclusion to stick, it has to have some details that specifically lead the reader to agree with you. Since you forgot to give us anything other than your vitriol, it's kind of difficult to get anything other than you are jealous and a hater. Want to try again, this time with facts that support your conclusion. You know like Peyton has thrown 219 interceptions to Brady's 134. Or that Peyton has one SB victory in 16 years to Brady's 3 SBs in 13 years. it only favors Brady more when you look at AFC and Division Championships.
Maybe showing that Peyton had Hall of Fame receivers (Marin Harrison, Reggie Wayne) and Hall of Fame running backs (Marshall Faulk and Edgerrin James) and an Oline that gave up 54% less sacks to support him, would convince someone how bad Brady is. Oops, that only shows how much better Brady is than Peyton. There has to be something.
I know, Peyton is the best ever in the regular season, you know, the one that means little. But no, even with the media praising Peyton incessantly, Brady has a better in percentage by almost 100 points. Come to think of it, Brady has the best of all time for QBs that played 100 games or more.
Post season where it really counts, Peyton isn't even in the top 25, has a losing record at 11-12, and lat year gave us a microcosm of his career in the SB. Pissed the game away but boy did you see his great stats. That's Peyton. Year in year out.
You want to challenge Brady, bring Montana or Unitas, no one else comes close.

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#12 Jul 4, 2014
Sam wrote:
<quoted text>I agree. Brady is not a top 5 QB. He is the top 1 QB. The best there ever was.
As for Gisele, bet she wouldn't even waste her spit on a pervert like you.
Its easy to see you are jealous. Tom and Gisele don't need me to defend them but you need to wake up. True ladies will be very selective and then get very freakie with the guy they love, as it should be. Somehow you forgot everything but the ending. Need to grow up or you will will miss out on the best life has to offer. You also would be better off keeping you fantasies to yourself.
To be outplayed by Eli Twice sacked his chances of being the greatest ever . When was his last Superbowl victory? Spygate or when Adam Vinitare kicked for him ?
Sam

Cypress, CA

#14 Jul 5, 2014
Crazytempest wrote:
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To be outplayed by Eli Twice sacked his chances of being the greatest ever . When was his last Superbowl victory? Spygate or when Adam Vinitare kicked for him ?
I guess you are laughing Bear fan. Why else would you answer comments to his responses? Brady's last Super Bowl victory was not as long ago as Montana's or Unitas's.
Brady still has been to the most SBs ever, most AFC Championships ever, most Division Titles ever, most post season games won ever, highest winning percentage in the SB era ever. All done without having Peyton's Hall of Fame receivers, Hall of Fame running backs and record setting Oline or playing in a dome or at altitude. All because he has only thrown 134 INTs vs Peyton's 219 INTs. Damn that Brady guy is good.
Giants had a far superior defense, and still Brady did enough to win both games.
Game 1 Assuante Samuel drops game winning INT, also defensive end lets Eli out of grasp and still it takes a miracle catch to win.
Game 2 Welker drops game winning pass to run clock out. Like Gisele said, as QB Brady can't be expected to catch the passes too. Just wasn't meant to be.
And if Brady was outplayed by Giants defense, by less than a TD, where does that put Peyton, out scored 43-8 by a near rookie QB,(could have been 50-8), and having Peyton's lauded greatest offense ever, held to 8 points... destroys any chances for him to be an elite QB. Not to mention his 11-12 postseason record, and being 100 points behind Brady's regular season win percentage.
Hey, how about those 219 interceptions to Brady's 134. Peyton really is better at something than Brady...throwing interceptions.
At least when Brady loses it his teammates that screw up, but when Peyton loses, it's all on him for fumbles and interceptions, even the safety.:D
Steve Young and Kurt Warner say Brady is the best ever because he accomplishes it without the benefit of pro bowlers receivers or running backs around him. According to them and the NFL Front Offices, the word is that Brady does a lot more (than Peyton) and with less to do it with. Analytical Statisticians have it Otto Graham, Tom Brady, Joe Montana and Johnny Unitas tier one, with Peyton a distant 11 in tier 3. Ray Lewis said only one way to beat Brady, get him off his spot, while two ways to beat Peyton, get him off his spot or confuse him, so much easier to do to Peyton because he pre-determines his passes while Brady reads the defense better and takes what it gives.
Even the Seahawks laughed at Peyton's ability to read their defensive alignment. They said he got confused easily. Remember, the media is Peyton's fried. That is the reason why he got those extra MVPs when other players had better stats. With MVPs it's cronyism. A lot like passing yard records. Peyton fell 6 yards short of Brees, so the NFL gave him seven more yards to market the NFL by hyping Peyton. Like Yakov Smirnoff says...what a country.
Sam

Cypress, CA

#15 Jul 5, 2014
Crazytempest wrote:
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To be outplayed by Eli Twice sacked his chances of being the greatest ever . When was his last Superbowl victory? Spygate or when Adam Vinitare kicked for him ?
I guess you are laughing Bear fan. Why else would you answer comments to his responses? Brady's last Super Bowl victory was not as long ago as Montana's or Unitas's.
Brady still has been to the most SBs ever, most AFC Championships ever, most Division Titles ever, most post season games won ever, highest winning percentage in the SB era ever. All done without having Peyton's Hall of Fame receivers, Hall of Fame running backs and record setting Oline or playing in a dome or at altitude. All because he has only thrown 134 INTs vs Peyton's 219 INTs. Damn that Brady guy is good.
Giants had a far superior defense, and still Brady did enough to win both games.
Game 1 Assuante Samuel drops game winning INT, also defensive end lets Eli out of grasp and still it takes a miracle catch to win.
Game 2 Welker drops game winning pass to run clock out. Like Gisele said, as QB Brady can't be expected to catch the passes too. Just wasn't meant to be.
And if Brady was outplayed by Giants defense, by less than a TD, where does that put Peyton, out scored 43-8 by a near rookie QB,(could have been 50-8), and having Peyton's lauded greatest offense ever, held to 8 points... destroys any chances for him to be an elite QB. Not to mention his 11-12 postseason record, and being 100 points behind Brady's regular season win percentage.
Hey, how about those 219 interceptions to Brady's 134. Peyton really is better at something than Brady...throwing interceptions.
At least when Brady loses it his teammates that screw up, but when Peyton loses, it's all on him for fumbles and interceptions, even the safety.:D
Steve Young and Kurt Warner say Brady is the best ever because he accomplishes it without the benefit of pro bowlers receivers or running backs around him. According to them and the NFL Front Offices, the word is that Brady does a lot more (than Peyton) and with less to do it with. Analytical Statisticians have it Otto Graham, Tom Brady, Joe Montana and Johnny Unitas tier one, with Peyton a distant 11 in tier 3.
Ray Lewis said only one way to beat Brady, get him off his spot, while two ways to beat Peyton, get him off his spot or confuse him, so much easier to do to Peyton because he pre-determines his passes while Brady reads the defense better and takes what it gives.
Even the Seahawks laughed at Peyton's ability to read their defensive alignment. They said he got confused easily. Remember, the media is Peyton's fried. That is the reason why he got those extra MVPs when other players had better stats. With MVPs it's cronyism. A lot like passing yard records. Peyton fell 6 yards short of Brees, so the NFL gave him seven more yards to market the NFL by hyping Peyton. Like Yakov Smirnoff says...what a country.
Sam

Cypress, CA

#16 Jul 5, 2014
Since NFL admitted to giving Peyton seven extra yards that were undeserved, so he could claim the passing yards record, just who has the right to sue the NFL? Clearly Brees the legitimate record holder could sue. But what about all the fans who want uncorrupted records. Don't we have a right to sue, and for mental anguish damages too? NFL better get it right and correct the records otherwise I see a big payday for someone. Can we make it a class action suite, that way the NFL who fines others often just to wield their power will have a taste of their own medicine and learn to play it straight without manipulating the records in favor of their fair haired red headed step child Peyton Manning. Time somebody made them play fair.the lawyer that wins this case is going to be FAMOUS.
Sam

Cypress, CA

#17 Jul 5, 2014
Just imagine if a few things in NFL History changed
1. The mismarked first down obtained by Kevin Faulk gets proper placement so Pats not Colts go on to defeat Chicago (that's another SB and MVP for Brady and now Peyton doesn't have one)
2. Assante Samuel catches a ball that hits him right in the hands OR Pats DE actually refuses to let go of Eli so that miracle catch can never happen (that's another SB and MVP for Brady).
3. Wes Welker catches a ball he admits he catches 9 times out of 10, and Pats run out the clock (that's another SB and MVP for Brady).
4. Last year, either Amendola OR Hoomanawanui actually catch the ball that passes through their hands giving the Pats the first seed over Denver and thus Brady the MVP not Peyton.
5. Now let's consider that the cronyism that has given Peyton at least two of his MVPs with lesser stats never occurred. End result, Peyton has two MVP Awards and zero SBs.
Meanwhile, Brady still has his 3 SBs, 2 SB MVP Awards, and 2 regular season MVP Awards, but when you add in the additions...
Brady now has won 6 SBs, 5 SB MVP Awards and 3 season MVPs.
All of a sudden it becomes clear just how much better Brady is compared to any of his Super Bowl Era competition.
Otto Graham look out. With one more great year, Brady could, from an Analytical Statisticians point of view, pass even you as the reigning best ever, pre or post SB Era.

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#18 Jul 5, 2014
Sam wrote:
Just imagine if a few things in NFL History changed
1. The mismarked first down obtained by Kevin Faulk gets proper placement so Pats not Colts go on to defeat Chicago (that's another SB and MVP for Brady and now Peyton doesn't have one)
2. Assante Samuel catches a ball that hits him right in the hands OR Pats DE actually refuses to let go of Eli so that miracle catch can never happen (that's another SB and MVP for Brady).
3. Wes Welker catches a ball he admits he catches 9 times out of 10, and Pats run out the clock (that's another SB and MVP for Brady).
4. Last year, either Amendola OR Hoomanawanui actually catch the ball that passes through their hands giving the Pats the first seed over Denver and thus Brady the MVP not Peyton.
5. Now let's consider that the cronyism that has given Peyton at least two of his MVPs with lesser stats never occurred. End result, Peyton has two MVP Awards and zero SBs.
Meanwhile, Brady still has his 3 SBs, 2 SB MVP Awards, and 2 regular season MVP Awards, but when you add in the additions...
Brady now has won 6 SBs, 5 SB MVP Awards and 3 season MVPs.
All of a sudden it becomes clear just how much better Brady is compared to any of his Super Bowl Era competition.
Otto Graham look out. With one more great year, Brady could, from an Analytical Statisticians point of view, pass even you as the reigning best ever, pre or post SB Era.
Could have ,should have would have . Blah blah . How about the stupid Tuck rule ? That first Superbowl appearance should never have happened . Hello !! END
Sam

Cypress, CA

#19 Jul 5, 2014
Crazytempest wrote:
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Could have ,should have would have . Blah blah . How about the stupid Tuck rule ? That first Superbowl appearance should never have happened . Hello !! END
And yet it was a rule. The mismarking of Kevin Faulk's first down went against a rule, and was done in the same year the League Office commented how great it would be for the NFL if Peyton won a SB. Marketing, Cash Flow, Chasing the almight dollar, by creating rivalries that do not really exist, you know, that sort of stuff. Seems that mismarking of the first down, stole a SB away from Brady and gave it to Peyton. And Peyton knows it.
Obviously you don't like rules. But without them we don't have a game.
All we have to focus on now is keeping the refs honest and not feeling sorry for Peyton, again.
And Belichick getting Brady someone who can catch.
Oh, and even without the tuck "rule", Brady still has twice the SB wins as Peyton.
Currently Brady has 3 times as many SB wins as Peyton. Brady also has...More AFC Titles and more Division Titles and yet Brady has played 3 less years than Peyton. Maybe that's why they say Brady does more with less (more titles in less years). Or it could be that he wins with lesser talent (no HoF receivers and running backs like Peyton has had) because he simply doesn't throw the INTs (Peyton 219 INTs vs Brady 134 INTs) and thus choke like Peyton does. Either way, Peyton is not in his class. Even if a sports writer wishes it were so and writes a piece trying to convince you that it is. The facts say otherwise.

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#20 Jul 6, 2014
Sam wrote:
<quoted text>And yet it was a rule. The mismarking of Kevin Faulk's first down went against a rule, and was done in the same year the League Office commented how great it would be for the NFL if Peyton won a SB. Marketing, Cash Flow, Chasing the almight dollar, by creating rivalries that do not really exist, you know, that sort of stuff. Seems that mismarking of the first down, stole a SB away from Brady and gave it to Peyton. And Peyton knows it.
Obviously you don't like rules. But without them we don't have a game.
All we have to focus on now is keeping the refs honest and not feeling sorry for Peyton, again.
And Belichick getting Brady someone who can catch.
Oh, and even without the tuck "rule", Brady still has twice the SB wins as Peyton.
Currently Brady has 3 times as many SB wins as Peyton. Brady also has...More AFC Titles and more Division Titles and yet Brady has played 3 less years than Peyton. Maybe that's why they say Brady does more with less (more titles in less years). Or it could be that he wins with lesser talent (no HoF receivers and running backs like Peyton has had) because he simply doesn't throw the INTs (Peyton 219 INTs vs Brady 134 INTs) and thus choke like Peyton does. Either way, Peyton is not in his class. Even if a sports writer wishes it were so and writes a piece trying to convince you that it is. The facts say otherwise.
Brady Lost 2 Superbowl's Baby !! He's been exposed as a 1 dimensional qb
Manning outplayed him last year and Wilson outplayed Manning . Wilson has outplayed them both in fact . I watched that game again when Seattle beat the Patriots . Wilson was Brilliant!! Making Brady look very average and one dimensional . We didn't know that we were watching a future Superbowl Champion !! Watch it and you'll see what I mean .
Sam

Cypress, CA

#21 Jul 6, 2014
Crazytempest wrote:
<quoted text>
Brady Lost 2 Superbowl's Baby !! He's been exposed as a 1 dimensional qb
Manning outplayed him last year and Wilson outplayed Manning . Wilson has outplayed them both in fact . I watched that game again when Seattle beat the Patriots . Wilson was Brilliant!! Making Brady look very average and one dimensional . We didn't know that we were watching a future Superbowl Champion !! Watch it and you'll see what I mean .
Seems someone is caught in the media hype.
When team front offices where asked who they would pick if they had one game to win. Who they would want to be their guy...Why do you think almost 90% of them picked Brady, not Peyton and not Wilson?
Even Pete Carroll said Brady is the best there has ever been.
And the list of those who have gone on record as picking Brady as the best, most recently added a few more knowledgeable football types....Ray Lewis, Steve Young, and Bill Parcells, and don't forget the nearly 90% of NFL Front Offices.
Ever wonder why most football QB camps patern their teaching after Brady and dissect his technique and not other QBs? As Steve Young puts it, they just look for the best and when you find it, you take it and learn from it. That's Brady. When asked who was the better QB, Montana or Young himself, Young said Brady.
Got to be a reason why Front Offices, Coaches, HoF QBs, Analytical Statisticians and QB training camps all side Brady's way. Technique, attitude, skill, determination, intellect all point his way. The end result speaks for itself, even with little offensive support he still scored the second most points per game last year.
Seems Peyton is the Wilt Chamberlain of the football world. Lots of meaningless stats but lacking the critical element that makes one a winner at heart.
And if Brady had teammates who could catch, he would have 6SuperBowl Victories to date, including one taken from him by the league and handed to Peyton. And Peyton knows it.

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