The amount of wins a team has generally gives you an idea on the quality of the quarterback.
No. This is the fallacy which leads people to over rate QBs based on wins, particularly in the post season and Super Bowl.
In reality, this only gives you a possible idea of the quality of the TEAM as a whole, and the QB is a part of that.
It's hard to win the amount of games Brady won, and reach the amount of Super Bowls that Brady reached, without being an excellent quarterback.
No, it isn't, not when you have the talent that team has had.
If Brady is even half of what you people say he is, they should have won the two against the Giants, made several others and won some of those too. Brady should be something like 7-1 in the Super Bowl instead of 3-2 considering the talent around him.
Oh, that's right, he's CHOKED away at least one Super Bowl win (the last one against the Giants with the messed up throw to Welker) and at least one appearance (2006, with the throw right to Marlin Jackson of the Colts) and I'm sure he's made more mistakes too. Funny, no one but me discusses those things. It's easy to see how great Brady is when you ignore all his failures.
I'm not doing closing statements unless you want yours to be an admission that most people over rate Brady.