Uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh quarterback is the most valuable/important position in the 4 major american sports and its not even remotely close.At the end of the day, football is more team and position oriented than the other major sports. No one with a sound brain would put Brady with Jordan. Brandon Marshall just listed four players he thinks are better than Brady. QB, he said yeah Brady's the best right now, but for example, he put Watt because Watt can play more than one position on defense and is a force wherever you put him, making him versatile. It's just that the league only cares about QBs (National Quarterbacks League), when you have middle linebackers or somethin busting their ass every single snap on the other side.
There's absolutely nothing to support this, in fact, you've actually ignored the closest possible comparison you could make here just to suit your completely erroneous argument.You take Brady and put him on a crappy team with a crappy coach and guess what? He will be lucky to win 5 games.
There can be an argument made for Peyton Manning being the GOAT based on what he's done in his career for a team that for the most part was elevated by him but that argument becomes irreparably flawed once you take the postseason into consideration. Same can be said about Dan Marino and Drew Brees or hell even Aaron Rodgers. But at this point, all other arguments are extremely flawed. Tom Brady is without a doubt the GOAT. I admittedly refused to believe that until/if he won ring #5. And that's what he did. Everyone who says otherwise is grasping at strawstell "qb can't carry a team" to peyton manning in 2010 with the colts. no, really. are you gonna suggest that peyton manning is better than tom brady? hint: he's not.
regardless, im not gonna get involved in this. if you don't think brady is the best overall qb of all time after this, you won't even if he wins the next two just out of stubbornness, so there's no real purpose to this argument.
Minus the fact that Brady came back from a 25 point deficit in the Super Bowl which is new cause it's never happened beforeThat's basically it. If you're arguing who (as a player) has had the most successful NFL career, arguing anyone but Brady is pointless. If you're just talking about the most skilled/valuable player, the guy you would draft if you had the #1 pick and a time machine, then things actually get interesting. And then super bowls carry no more weight than any other game against a good team. Brady is still adding to his career successes but it's not like he's showing off any new abilities we haven't seen in the rest of his 15 years.
Never happened in the super bowl, but I can think of a few memorable comebacks that Brady has had - vs Denver and San Francisco in 2012 (?), and 2 comebacks in the same game vs Baltimore.Minus the fact that Brady came back from a 25 point deficit in the Super Bowl which is new cause it's never happened before