comparing Brady with talent to Brady with crap tells no tale.
It shows that the talent is what got him the stats and the wins, and that's the point.
maybe Brady going 2-14 with the worst of the worst is still the best that any QB could do...obviously, I see what you are trying to do here, but your logic is incomplete...
Okay, so are you proposing we run a season of, say, the Patriots exactly as they were in 2007 (with Brady as QB), then change out the O-line, then change out the WRs, and then run all three of those sets with other QBs?
I'm not sure how WIS runs their hundreds of simulations, but I don't have the time to manually run whole simulated seasons of three permutations each for however many QBs you want to use before you'll believe it.
Maybe if I have time I'll be able to run six different seasons (each of the three scenarios - control, O-line change, and WR change) for Brady and Manning and we can try to do something with that.
Or someone else can do it if they have the time (as long as they do it honestly) and we can use that.