Originally Posted by 713832281
He is the greatest REGULAR SEASON QB of all time.
Ignorance + buying into media BS. Here's some more truth for you.
-Tom Brady's quarterback rating last night against the NY Jets was 89, well below his 2010 regular seasoning rating of 111. He was sacked five times, threw one pick, and his team was 5-14 on third down.
Against the same Jets team in the Wild Card round, Peyton Manning threw a 108.7 QB rating against the Jets, completing nearly 70% of his passes. That 108.7 rating was higher than his regular season rating of 91.9, which was his lowest regular season rating since his second year in the league back in 1999-2000. Against the Jets, Peyton was sacked once, had zero turnovers, and was 6-13 on third down. Also keep in mind that Peyton played the game without Dallas Clark, Austin Collie, Anthony Gonzalez, and right tackle Ryan Diem.
here's an example of what was written after Manning got eliminated last year:
But after a sample size of 19 games, it's pretty clear: He's a different quarterback in the playoffs. He's a lesser quarterback in the playoffs. I don't know if it's paralysis by overanalysis or what, but after all these years, I still don't trust him in a playoff game.
Add to that, Aikman and Elway who are considered clutch QB's, Manning has a higher post-season QB rating than both of them.
don't buy into the media bs.