Tom Brady is not a system Qb..
He has tremendous accuracy, tremendous arm strength, and is one of the better students of the game.
System QB's don't put up these type of numbers for that length of time, this isn't college football.
9-10 is Mannings career playoff record.Quote:
9-10? you mean 6-10? smh... he did have a bad yr throwing 26INT but also threw for over 4,000 yds with 62.7 completion %, which was actually a better completion % than 2 of 3 of Brady's Superbowl winning seasons so go figure....Oh yeah and Edgerrin James ACL tear didnt help any either
Manning has gotten more out of his running game since 2001 than Brady got out of his, surrounded by a more expensive and better set of offensive players then Brady had as I posted earlier in this thread.Quote:
well when you only throw for less than 4,000 yds for only three times in 15 yrs It shows you they are doing hell of alot more throwing than running which would imply that outside of Edgerrin James and 2 decent seasons out of Joseph Addai that he really didn't have a running game
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please dont be bias because your a Patriots fan
Is Manning really under .500 in the postseason? Wow, I was always under the impression he had a better winning %
Obviously most of those QBs he has listed aren't and haven't become that or for that matter haven't had the prolonged level of success Brady has.
Making one pro bowl isn't the mark of a good QB either considering how many guys drop out of the game and who they are replaced with.
Tom Brady is not a product of a system, just let it go..
Brees and Rodgers have not done it for as long.
Brady gets just as much credit or more, but remember him tearing his ACL and Matt Cassell leading Belichek's team to 11 wins without Brady? Therefore, Belichek gets some of NE's credit. When Manning missed an entire season his team didn't win a game until week 13 or 14 and only won two all year. That shows his immense importance. He has won with different head coaches too, so you can't just say his coach was a main factor.
I'm not saying Manning is better than Brady, but it is debatable. And those are my reasons for Manning getting hype. I'm not going to compare it to Tebow, because Manning plays and produces.
Brady in 2007: 18-1 .948 - SB Team
Cassel in 2008: 11-5 .688 - Missed playoffs
Cassel was 8th in the NFL in QB Rating in 2010 on KC, so he wasn't exactly an idiot like the Colts offering last year. That's a .260 difference in winning percentage in favor of Brady.
Therefore, Belichek gets some of NE's credit. When Manning missed an entire season his team didn't win a game until week 13 or 14 and only won two all year. That shows his immense importance. He has won with different head coaches too, so you can't just say his coach was a main factor.
2010: 10-7 .588 (typical Manning 1st round loss)
2011: 2-12 .125 (suck for Luck - 72.2 QB Rating by the 3 stooges at QB)
2012: 9-4 .692 (Luck)
So, are you going to have to change your story? Luck a rookie to date this year has a substantially better record than Manning in 2010, and a .104 better winning percentage. So Luck > Manning? If you think whatever Cassel did that year somehow overshadowed Brady, then you must agree Luck > Manning.
So your point is? Blown up.............
Yeah real system QB Brady is with 3 TD passes in the first half against a top 5 defense in the league.
LOL. Bags hates PM so much.