I have such little to say because your argument is a joke. You are a joke.
You do realize i could say your argument is a joke and you are a joke, too, and it does neither of us any good, right? Trying to insult me doesn't do anything.
No one here has seen your argument and thought to themselves..."Hmm...Bis does make a little sense here. Brady might be a tad overrated."
First, you're wrong. burnsy has already said some of my points make at least some sense.
Second, even if you were right, it means nothing except those who are here don't agree with me. It doesn't mean anything else.
No, they just laugh at you constant "Brady is overrated because i've see it. He doesn't have skills that other have. People don't talk about his failed mistakes!!!".
Brady's performance shows his lack of skills, especially when he's under pressure. The evidence is plentiful.
Very few Brady lovers even acknowledge he can make mistakes. This was demonstrated by several of you many pages ago right here in this thread.
Those are FACTS, but facts do you no good because you'd rather deal with hype.
Yes, i think Brady is one of the best ever because he's always been on a winning team (for over a decade!),
So he's been carried by a talented team. That doesn't prove greatness.
has the stats to show he's one of the greatest,
Again, stats can be (and in his case, were) inflated by the play of others. They don't prove greatness by themselves.
has the rings, has the awards
His team carried him to the rings. The awards were voted on by fools who bought into the extreme hype. Neither establishes greatness except among other fools.
I don't know what "skills" you think you see or don't see....but 99.999999% of the world see's a QB that has a very high football IQ.
Sure, Brady has a high football IQ now, but when his team actually won it all, he didn't have all that knowledge. Ironically, the more knowledge he has, the more he chokes. That's not exactly a formula for greatness.
Other than football IQ, he's got none of the skills to actually MAKE PLAYS when the pressure is on. He's not fast or athletic. He doesn't have a cannon for an arm and he isn't exceptionally accurate when under pressure. He doesn't have great strength or abilities to throw off tacklers.
So what DOES he have?
A conservative philosophy that limits his own mistakes so he doesn't mess up a talented team. The ability to be accurate when there is no pressure and short throws to help him when he does face pressure. A knowledge of the game (as you mentioned) that allows him to know how to take advantage of the skills of the players around him.
Brady's entire value is playing within a conservative system so that other players who actually have real skills and abilities can shine and he doesn't screw it up. Then when he's able to get stats because of those other players and the team wins because of those other players, he gets all the credit just for being the QB.
Add in the hype generated by those who can't (or refuse) to see that he doesn't actually have real skill and you have a host of people believing the guy is great when he's really just a bit above average.