Am gonna' throw a "bone" here, under this microscope...
4 an analysis, not yet as simply portrayed...
Has nothing to do with their teams, initially, ---but rather
with their backgrounds, which allowed them to be NFL
(high-quality) QB's, to begin with...
PManning has the pedigree, & the destiny, & superior
numbers, in comparison... His father, Archie, took & led
a no-nothing New Orleans team, leading it into the type
of team worthy of watching, & media attention when the
team needed a quality QB, more than anything...
His brother Eli also had the similar experience growing
up in NFL clubhouses, just as Peyton... Giving such an
advantage of true & broad NFL experiences is the thing
that TBrady did not have...
The arguments & contentions here have merit... TBrady
has had advantages that PManing did not have... He'd
lead a team like the Pats, like no other QB in their past,
& had a more rounded quality defense, & advantages,
that come with playing half their seasons games in the
good state of Massachusetts... A far different climate in
comparison to the Indianapolis area...
Always a coin-toss of an argument... Both QB's can do
no wrong, for any team they play with... Depends on the
day, the week, the month, & the year, whenever they do
match-up against each other... Always AFC super games
& always worth watching... The coin lands on the edge, &
never flattens out, as heads-or-tails...