Tom Brady Vs. Peyton Manning Debate Not Over Yet

February 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The great debate of the past decade has centered around two top-tier quarterbacks.
Tom Brady. Peyton Manning. Dead horse? Maybe.
It's been broken down hundreds, maybe thousands of times in the past. Some would say that the two are beyond comparison because of their black-and-white styles of play. Brady is far more cerebral, making safe throws on short patterns, while Manning is a risk-taker. The numbers don't lie in that regard.
Others contend that Manning has had more weapons on the offensive side of the ball, while Brady has enjoyed the company of a top-five defense.
But nine times out of 10, the argument boils down to the same two factors. Which is really more important: statistics in the regular season, or victories in the postseason?
Well, when it's phrased like that, it's obvious what's more important. What does it matter what you do all season long if you can't get it done when it really matters: the playoffs?
Brady: 14-4. Manning: 9-9.
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