Re: "the system" - you haven't differentiated it. You can say all day that you have, but you, in fact, haven't.
Re: Talent - You've given Wes Welker and Randy Moss, and then insisted that you could throw TD passes to Moss, which further invalidates your understanding of football. If anyone could play well with Moss, then anyone WOULD have played well with Moss. There are QBs who haven't. And again, Brady put up record setting numbers when he had Welker and Moss. When I gave you Branch, you agreed he was well down the list of top WRs, and he was a #1 for Brady for some time.
One of the main points of the my argument is how Brady put up, at worst, pretty good numbers with below-average weapons. An average QB wouldn't be able to do that. Stating that his receivers work well within the system that's presented to him does not help your argument, when your argument is "they play conservatively and do screens and short passes and try to confuse the defense."
It's also interesting that this conservative system you described once put up record setting offensive numbers. Or did the "system" change?