one can twist stats to say anything that you want them to say.
you point out that Corey Dillon led the Pats with 733 yards rushing that year. While that is true, as a team, the Pats ran for 1512 yards (good for 24th in the league). They ran the ball 439 times (good for 18th highest total in the league) and threw it 564 times (7th highest total in the league). Those numbers suggest, not that the Pats were chucking it all over the place constantly, but that they were a moderate (play calling wise) offense that skewed more towards passing because it was successful for them. Not many teams are going to keep pounding the ball when they are averaging 3.4 yards a carry.
i think this example is really counter productive for you to bring up. i didnt check to see if Brady would or wouldnt have won the passing yardage title in any other year, because that doesnt really matter. you have argued many times that Brady's team carries him and wins despite him, not because of him. here is a very average team (actually a little below average statistically; 24th in rushing yards, 8th in rushing yards against, 31st in passing yards against, 17th in scoring defense, oline was very solid, looks to be right around the 5th-7th best statistically) that Brady was not carried by. without Brady throwing the ball as well as he did, this is not a 10 win playoff team.
leading receiver? Deion Branch with 79 for 998 yards. next, David Givens with 59 for 738 yards. third, Troy Brown with 39 for 466. on that team, 10 guys caught more than 10 passes and 13 players caught TDs. look at some of the names on that list - Andre Davis, Christian Fauria, Tim Dwight, Bethel Johnson...it is not a super talented team top to bottom.
you cant argue that "any talented QB would have done that and more". you cant aruge that because there is no statistical basis whatsoever to justify that arguement. we cant time machine back and take Brady out and insert someone else. remove the "eyewitness" evidence and deal with the numbers that are there.