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Discussion in 'NFL Forum' started by The Benjamin, Oct 7, 2013.
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Finally starting round 2
Tom Brady. Yeah, Manning is a stat god, but he(Brady) has had consistently lower end talent on the offense. The fact that Gronkowski can't stay healthy only helps prove that. Also, unlike Manning, you can't attribute either of his SB losses to his play, whatsoever.
Never bought any of the Belichick is a genius bunk. It's all Brady.
Peyton is becoming the best of all time which I wouldn't believe is possible with all the greats from the past. What he does to a defense is not even fair. It's like the 1st time when I saw the fridge be used as a running back that was unfair. He's surgical he knows what the D is doing before the D knows what they're even doing. He reminds me of Michael Jordan 3 steps ahead of every other player on the field it's just crazy and thing of beauty to watch. I really can't see anyone beating them unless something tragic happens which would suck big time because he's a blast to watch even if you don't care for him or the team.
Peyton Manning has ALWAYS had good talent playing with him (Harrison, Wayne), whereas when Brady has that talent on offense (Dillon, Branch) (Moss, Welker, Stallworth) he at least shows up to the Super Bowl, and on lesser occasions, just the AFC Championship. The 2 super bowls Brady lost (Bellichick going for it on 4th, rather than kicking a field goal, a lucky catch that will never be made again) (Welker drops a big pass), it was clearly NOT on him. Manning, on the other hand, is more consistent about getting kicked out of the playoffs in his first game. That alone makes Brady > Manning
Peyton never had the level of D that Brady had, you're ignore an entire side of the ball, not to mention Brady had a better HC.
Peyton's in the Top 3 of best QBs ever.