I'm arguing he's not overrated and is one of the best QBs in football. Why would I bring up failures he's had? I'm fully aware of things he hasn't done well.
Again, the point is that Brady supporters VERY RARELY ever address any of his failures. They'll rant all day about Manning or whoever else failing, but they won't speak of Brady as anything but great.
Most QBs get over rated by wins, especially post season and Super Bowl wins. Brady takes this to the point that no one will even mention his failings, which is beyond absurd.
The way most of you talk about Brady it is as though you are NOT aware he has ever failed.
BOTTOM LINE: When you have a two-sided discussion of Brady featuring his good and bad times, he's not among the game's all-time greats. He only appears that way because his supporters often refuse to even admit he has failures. He's over rated because of this, as any QB (or anyone ever for that matter) would be. Combine that with the obvious tendency of many people to over rate based upon Super Bowl wins and he's supremely over rated.