Dude, what are you using for an evaluation of a quarterback? You continue to ridicule any data I throw in to the mix, yet you don't refute it with different data. Victories in and of themself are not complete barometers to success. But, they are a key component if you are trying to see if somebody is a winner. I even admitted that Brady had some better teams than Peyton, but if we are trying to determine if Tom Brady is a good quarterback under pressure (playoffs,) then his Won and Loss record is an absolutely great statistic to look at. You'd have to at least deduct that he isn't so inept as to ruin his teams ability to win games. It doesn't tell the full story, but it does tell part of the story.
Originally Posted by Destined4Greatness
What does that mean? The losses of the Colts have categorically been blamed on the defense for the last few games of the season. Even Peyton made a comment about "not being able to play both sides." I was a little hard on him b/c my expectations of him are unbelievaby high, but I know I had a minority opinion there.
Man Peyton had it right people are stupid, there are 2 choices, either A the Colts win or B Peyton loses. Well I guess he was wrong C) Both
Well, you did say he sucked yesterday as you can see.
And stop putting words in my mouth I never said Brady sucks, so either A) Put some content into your posts or B) Be quiet and stop blindly hating on Peyton without any base on which to do so.
When I defended his reputation:
Whats that have to do with the fact he sucked today against a weaker D than we played against. Either Both Sucked, or they both controlled the ball and did what was needed to win.
You replied with the brilliant reply:
have no comment on Brady's performance yesterday as I did not watch it. I am just saying that historically Brady has shown he is a solid performer in the playoffs. I don't think anybody walks around and says "Man wait until the playoffs, Brady really mails it in then." Even Peyton was giving props to the Patriots after our win saying that "The Patriots are a whole different team in the playoffs." Mr. Brady has a couple of Superbowl rings on his finger as well. Although Trent Dilfer proved you don't have to be a good QB to win a Superbowl, I think most agree that Brady is solid.
Now, count on your hand how many people say the same thing about Peyton. How many people say "That Peyton has ice in his veins in the playoffs!"
So if I say Tom Brady is viewed as a stellar QB in the playoffs, and I mention that it is a common view. You turn around and say that just b/c people say something doesn't make it right. So since I say Brady is good and you say people don't know anything, I'm drawing the conclusion that you disagree.
So the **** What people say, the world once thought the world was flat doesn't mean people are right.
You don't like the content in my posts, yet you have added zero to the last several posts on this thread. I mean I have no idea what your point is on this thread other than to blindly defend Peyton. You offer no explanation to why he threw into double and triple coverage. You are just flaming rather than engaging in a debate.
You'll notice that DK and I have kept the gloves and intellect in play while having differeing opinions. You should attempt to do the same. Calling people stupid and adding **** to your posts shows an absolute lack of maturity. When people run out of intelligent things to say, they go to insults.