The post was incredibly wordy and with no substance. THIS is why people become frustrated.
This is nothing more than a terrible excuse to ignore what I have to say.
Everything I write on here is for a reason, and it all has substance to it. Your inability to see that substance - real or on purpose because it gives you this excuse to ignore it - doesn't mean it does not exist.
As I said, people become frustrated because I present very good defenses for my opinions, and they realize they can't convince me to back down no matter how hard they try.
I've given loads of statistical evidence to show how good Brady is, and you've given very little to deny it.
You've given "loads of statistical evidence" which essentially shows why you and others over rate Brady, but you THINK it shows how great he is. This makes sense because the difference between reality and perception is, in fact, what supports him being over rated in the first place.
Just so you can't keep up this "ignore and deny" bit like you've been doing, I'll summarize the things I've said which undeniably show Brady is over rated, yet you've failed to address:
1. Many people tend to over rate NFL QBs based upon winning in the post season or the Super Bowl, and this is especially true with Brady. Three SB wins a decade ago means you forever think he's great no matter what he does from then on.
2. Many people tend to have forgotten (perhaps on purpose) all of Brady's failures. It's funny how many people will mention Peyton Manning's playoff losses and mistakes, but when I presented a list of just a few of Brady's playoff gaffes, neither you nor anyone else even addressed it - how convenient in the argument to show how great he is.
3. Record breaking season statistics and wins that were clearly more to do with additions of other players (i.e. Moss) than Brady himself, lest he would have always been challenging those records.
The only thing you actually addressed was when I pointed out how other players helped Brady (offensive line giving time, receivers talented and getting open) and when I said the system helped Brady have more success and pointed out how Cassel was able to be successful in it as well. Some of what you said makes sense, but most of it doesn't do anything to dispel my arguments, meaning we're on equal ground - leaving at least the above three points as in my favor.
Being at the end of a debate going "I'm still here!" isn't winning.
No, but the above three points and no one addressing them means I'm winning.
Game winning drives: 5th
Completion Percentage: 9th
Passer Rating: 3rd
Passing Yards: 9th
Yards Per attempt: 4th
Passes completed per game:4th
Interception Percentage: 2nd
Passes Intercepted: 80th
Most Super Bowl Wins: 3rd
Most Super Bowl Starts: 1st
Most of these rankings are based on the fact that he has played in more games than most QBs ever do. That alone will bring you up the ranks on many things. The rest of them are due to Brady's conservative play within a system designed to support it. None of it means he's as great as many of you claim.
Way to ignore all of Brady's failures, by the way.
This just wreaks of arrogance. Again...get over yourself.
First, you meant to say "reeks", not "wreaks".
Second, arrogance implies someone exaggerated the situation.
The only reason you think it's arrogant is because you disagree with what I had to say, i.e. you think what I said isn't true so I must be exaggerating it.
By that same standard, you are also arrogant.
So now that we've wasted time calling each other arrogant and the net effect is a complete wash, do you feel better about yourself?