The thing with Brady, is he has all of the stats. 9th in career yards, 3rd in career passer rating, 9th in career completion %, 5th in career TD's,
Some of that is a testament to his durability (outside the one missed season). However, the yards and TDs are as a result of not getting hit very frequently during most of his career not to mention having some great receivers later in that career.
The completion percentage and the rating are strongly influenced by his tendency to throw short much more frequently than other QBs. It's no secret that it's easier to complete short passes, and the Pats run a ton of screens and other short routes. This also influence his rating.
2nd in career INT% (only Rodgers is better) which correlates to less INT's then pretty much everyone else above him on those lists (80th most ever, Manning is 20th, Elway 14th, heck even guys like Eli Manning, Warner, Dilfer have more career INT's), 22nd in TD% (tied with Peyton and Young and ahead of every other QB that you see in these conversations except Otto Graham), etc.
I've said this before, but I'll touch on it again:
Brady doesn't throw many INTs because he's aware of his own inability to throw medium and deep routes with the kind of accuracy some other QBs have - the same kind of accuracy which is sometimes NECESSARY in order to make the plays that win some games. It's not a coincidence Brady improved so significantly in this area when Randy Moss had an all-world year hauling in most of his deep throws, and you could see the improvement in the wins column for the Patriots, all the way to 16-0 in the regular season.
The guys you mention have more INTs because they don't shy from throwing the deep ball into a window that sometimes closes. This can be a good thing in terms of less INTs, but when the game is on the line it can be a bad thing because you'll constantly be calling plays for short routes and/or checking down to short passes instead of making the play that could win the game.
BOTTOM LINE ON BRADY'S INTS: Brady sucks at putting medium to long range passes into tight windows. He's smart so he knows that, and as a result he usually doesn't try to put the ball in those places. So while he has less interceptions than other QBs who DO try those throws, he also gives up on plays that can and do make the difference that wins the game. He gets away with it only because the team is talented enough to win without those throws much of the time.
Sure, but it still means Brady is a top 2 QB of his era with Peyton. I mean unless you are telling me Brady had different rules than Brees, McNabb, Rothy, Eli, etc.
I put all of those guys ahead of Brady. They make more plays than he does, and he gets far too much credit for being on a winning team.