In response to pcmIV's comment:
35% of Gomer's postseason games (7/20) have come in the wildcard round whereas only 12.5% of Brady's (3/24) have been from that round. Brady has faced tougher competition in the postseason on average in his games because the Patriots have secured more bye weeks and they haven't been eliminated as early as many times as Gomer. Gomer's stats are boosted enormously by his wildcard round games. Brady's passer rating is essentially the same in the 21 non wildcard round games whereas Gomer's passer rating falls off significantly as does his TD/INT ratio when you only look at the non wildcard round games. Plus this ignores the obvious benefit Gomer has had from playing his home playoff games in a dome for virtually his entire career whereas Brady has played a number of games in brutal weather in Foxboro earlier in his career.
I think this is a bit of a misnomer. Generally speaking, teams that make the playoffs are good teams whether or not they are wild cards. Since 1999, 5 wildcard teams have reached the Superbowl and 4 of them won it. Further, some wildcard teams have as good or better records than their higher seeded division winner.