However, the POINT is that the drop off is much greater when it's Brady than it is when it is virtually anyone else who is considered to be "great".
Brady does fine when he isn't getting hit, and that's what would be expected of any competent NFL QB - that doesn't make him great.
But when the pressure is on and some QBs actually rise to the occasion and make plays with REAL SKILLS - decision making like Manning; running away from pressure like Vick, McNabb, etc; making crisp hard throws like Favre; shaking off tacklers like Roethlisberger; making accurate strikes like Warner - all of these are skills Brady simply doesn't have in abundance.
Now I know someone is going to insist I'm wrong and say Brady makes great decisions, but when he's UNDER PRESSURE, he makes terrible decisions
Brady doesn't have any actual skills that make him great. It's all hype.
The stats bear this out.
As I said, look at games where the pressure on Brady notably increased if you doubt me.
"Brady is worse than others under pressure, because he is."