anyone else sick of the comparison of manning vs. brady? most sports analysts are always flip flopping on who is better....2-3 years ago, 9 out of 10 analysts say brady is far better than manning....now that manning finally won a ring, 9 out of 10 say manning is the better... i even read on an article on espn.com today, and one analyst thinks the great debate 50 years from now will be "romo or manning" romo??? he starts off 5-1, and finishes what? 3-3? and now he's already replacing tom brady in the new millenium best qb?? wow....just wow... think about it.... peyton was a #1 overall selection in his draft...brady was a 6th rounder... peyton SHOULDVE already have had 3 rings, as far as expectations were concerned, but the 6th rounder brady has 3, going onto 4 this upcoming season...and peyton FINALLY won ONE, when he was 30 years old some analysts say, well brady had a better defense during his superbowl seasons, - well thats cause brady's defense didnt use a cover 2 scheme, where you let the opposing offense catch the ball, and the defenders swarm to the player for minimal gain.... ..brady had a better defense b/c the pats organization didnt put all their cap money into the offense yes, manning has a few mvp's and some records, and other future records, but that's what you should expect when you have guys like edge james, marvin harrison, and reggie wayne for so many years, brady had different receivers, who werent as highly touted as wayne/harrison and he's had a few runnings backs in his backfield it just bugs me, b/c in 5 years when both manning and brady are going into retirement, 9 out of 10 analyst will be talking about how much better brady was than manning.... now lets also check the qb matchups in recent superbowls between brady and manning 2001- brady vs. warner(along with the "best show on turf" 2003- brady vs. delhomme 2004- brady vs. mcnabb 2006- manning vs. REX GROSSMAN warner had marshall faulk in his prime, and they were the self proclaimed "best show on turf" delhomme was an undrafted free agent, but he was no rex grossman, even last year, many people though the panthers were preseason favorites to win the 2006 superbowl, let alone make it to the superbowl mcnabb is pretty much the "karl malone" of football...malone never won a nba title b/c he was in the michael jordan era, and mcnabb will probably never win a superbowl b/c he's in the brady/manning era......and according to that one analyst on espn.com, mcnabb wouldve been in the romo/manning era rex grossman........enough said, its rex grossman....he openly admitted that he wasnt prepared and didnt much care for the last game of the season against the packers....that says a lot about a qb....at least in carolina(2003) and st. louis(2001) the home team werent crying for the backup qb to replace their starting qb...grossman and greise what does everyone else think?