Tom Brady: How He Can Swing The Peyton Manning Debate in 2010

August 29, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Tom Brady-Peyton Manning debate has raged on for the past decade and will probably continue to do so until the two retire. Every time one seems to make their case, the other offers a rebuttal the next year.
Manning made his case in 2009 by carrying his team to a Super Bowl berth with an MVP season. But 2010 could be the year that Brady swings it in his direction.
Brady has enjoyed a phenomenal preseason, and already appears to be in midseason form after going 18-of-22 for 276 yards, three touchdowns, and no picks in the preseason game against the Rams.
He has looked that way all preseason long, going 33-of-42 in the first three preseason games for 425 yards, amassing passer ratings of 89.1, 124.0, and 158.0 along the way.
But of course, it doesn't matter what you do in the preseason.
So how can Tom Brady end the debate?
Many of Manning's biggest supporters argue that he has better stats throughout his career. This is true, albeit for reasons that would...

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