Brady wins an insane amount of games. It's funny that the point your making is that he doesn't do enough to win games. He wins year after year in the regular season, and he's 17-7 in the playoffs.\
This sounds like it comes from someone who drinks too much Brady worship kool-aid.
Brady doesn't win an insane amount of games - THE TEAM wins an insane amount of games. It also did that when he went down for a season and a guy who never started in the NFL took his place (11 wins is a season most teams would love to have).
The wins are a product of THE TEAM, and people using them to defend Brady as "great" or "elite" or anything else is as absurd as claiming Trent Dilfer was the reason the 2000 Ravens won the Super Bowl.
That said, Warner was amazing for a while, he's a HOF in my book.
Then we agree on something, because I think Warner is often UNDER RATED.
He went to 3 SBs and won 1 of them. In fact, I would argue if it wasn't for the cheating Patriots defense and a sensational throw by Big Ben, Warner would have three rings with two different teams. Not bad for a guy who was considered a nobody football-wise, had success with a team that wasn't supposed to be successful, was considered washed-up, and then did it all again having success with another team that wasn't supposed to be successful.
As I said, I'd take either the Rams or the Cardinals version of Warner over any version of Brady, in any situation, every single time. I know a lot of people would disagree, but I'd rather trust my team to Warner who I KNOW will find a way to make necessary throws and has proven he comes through than to Brady who has failed miserably in big time scenarios, especially in the last several years.
But as I said before, Welker said it was on him, Brady said it was on Welker, many analysts and ex-players said it was on Welker.
Welker blamed himself because he's aware that it's not exactly kosher to blame Brady for anything, ever.
Brady blamed Welker because, well, that's what Brady does. He thinks he's better than he is, maybe because he buys into the hype others give him.
The analysts and ex-players who said it are all high on Brady worship kool-aid.
Honestly, if it's ANY OTHER QB, there isn't even a question its the QB's fault. No question in the world the throw needs to be better.
As for Welker getting crushed, yeah, that could be a concern, but if you get it to him accurately at least there is a chance he holds on for the catch (or you get an unsportsmanlike penalty). Where Brady put it made it difficult to catch, and so it's Brady's fault.
Think of what happens if Welker DOES CATCH the ball. It's an amazing catch on a bad throw, but he pulls it in and it leads to a sequence where the Patriots win the SB. Suddenly NO ONE REMEMBERS Welker saved the SB win with that catch. Brady would once again get all the credit despite Welker pulling down his errant throw that made all the difference in the world.