Re: Fresh perspective on Brady
posted at 2/13/2012 2:32 PM EST
In Response to Re: Fresh perspective on Brady
[QUOTE]In Response to Fresh perspective on Brady : #1 - Brady will probably elicit more positive/negative posts than any other QB in history. He is either loved or hated or his efforts diminished by such statements as. " he is a system QB". #2 - Give Brady the teams Bradshaw, Montana, Young had behind them and Brady may have 5 - 6 rings. He has always had less to work with as a QB.
In the years he finally has an offense which works well around him, the defense goes into the tank. He just can't win it all by himself. Look at how Elway is sometimes placed above Brady, but, wasn't he 2 - 3 in SBs, losing his first three BEFORE winning, and no one blasts Elway like they do for Brady's 3 - 2 record!!
Posted by agcsbill[/QUOTE]
So in 1981 when Montana was handing off to Bill Ring and throwing to Freddie Solomon, Dwight Clark, and Renaldo Nehimiah, Brady had less?? Check their stats. I believe there is ONE 1,000 yd receiving year between them
Then in 1984, Montana had Craig. 2 1,000 yd rushing seasons his entire career
. No, Jerry Rice was not on that team. No, John Taylor was not on that team. In fact, he was throwing to the a lot of the same guys above.Get your facts straignt
Rice came along in 1985. Give me a FN break. Look at what Wes Welker has done. Compare him to John Taylor. Go ahead, compare the two. Montana had Rice for the better part of 4 years, and Brady had Moss for the better part of 2 years. One guy won, the other didn't
. Accept it.
You guys play this game to make yourselves feel better. The fact is, Montana was perfect in the SB. 4-0, 11 tds, 0 ints, and a ridiculous QB rating. He was the ultimate big game QB, period.
I have a ton of respect for Brady. He is flat out amazing, and his attitude is one of a winner. But you guys should give up on the "Brady is better than Joe" argument at this point.
Or if you continue the debate, at least get your facts straignt.
And at least mention your HOF coach and the HOF players on your D that significantly contributed to Brady's early success in the first place.