Brady makes better decisions? Is that bad?
Brady makes less risky decisions. It is a mistake to assume that this makes them better in every case. Sometimes I'm sure it does. In other cases it may cost the team opportunities that a better skilled QB would have taken advantage of.
Either way, it is what it is. Brady plays to his own strengths thanks to a system that supports them.
Sounds like Brady makes better decisions to help his team win more games.
Again, you're jumping to a conclusion that isn't necessarily true - this is yet another reason people over rate Brady.
Like I said, the quick easy decision isn't always the best one. It may work, but it doesn't mean a better alternative wasn't there.
To do a non-football example: Let's say you went on a game show and made decisions that won you $100K. Are those "good" decisions? Well, you won $100K, so on the surface you might think so. However, if you could have made better decisions and won $10M instead, clearly you could have done better. So while you may be thrilled with winning the 100K, you could have won 10M. If you ignore that and only care to be happy with your 100K, that's fine, but it doesn't mean you couldn't have done better.
In the same way, Brady's coaches and team are happy if he gets them down the field to score, but they could have done better if he was more skilled. Still, they take what they have and move on.
You have been given evidence that states he can do that. You are ignoring it, and just going with what your biased eyes tell you.
The evidence doesn't suggest what you seem to think it does. I already said that. There is no point in regurgitating it again.
He’s accurate, and makes good decisions. That’s why he doesn’t throw many interceptions.
He's conservative because the system allows him to be conservative. THAT is why he doesn't throw many interceptions.
I’ll say it, it sounds like you described a damn good quarterback.
What I've described is a damn good SYSTEM. Like I said, when Brady retires, the team will still do just as well without him provided they find someone else who is willing and able to fit within the system designed for him.