Patriots Win the Super Bowl and Tom Brady Will Have a Better Legacy Than Manning

January 11, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

If the Patriots win the Super Bowl, Tom Brady will pass up Peyton Manning as the best quarterback of this generation. 
This comparison does not include Dan Marino or Joe Montana because Montana was not active during Manning’s career, and Marino was past his prime when Manning started, and retired before Brady played in a professional game.
Peyton Manning is arguably the greatest regular season quarterback of all time.  His troubles tend to begin when months start ending in “y.”  Manning has a career playoff record of 9-10, while Brady is 15-4. 
If the Patriots win the Super Bowl, Tom Brady will improve his playoff record to 18-4.  He will have twice as many playoff wins as Manning, and 40 percent the amount of playoff losses Manning has.
Tom Brady will have four Super Bowl rings and only one Super Bowl loss.  Manning is 1-1 in the big game, and threw a crucial interception to cost the Colts the game last year, while To...

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