We all know Tom Brady is about winning and rings, and couldn't care less about statistics beyond how they help him get to the title. At the same time, The Man has put up some amazing numbers the past three seasons he's actually played (one quarter in KC doesn't count). They help tell a part of the story of his greatness. Just so folks can put what we're all seeing in perspective, I compiled Brady's 07-09-10 numbers and compared them to the best three-year stretch of the most productive QBs of the past 25 years or so (obviously '10 stats are incomplete): Tom Brady (2007, 2009, 2010) Yards: 12,905 / TDs: 112 / INTs: 25 Peyton Manning (2008-2010) Yards: 12,938 / TDs: 108 / INTs: 45 Peyton Manning (2003-05) Yards: 13,024 / TDs: 106 / INTs: 30 Drew Brees (2008-10) Yards: 13,881 / TDs: 100 / INTs: 49 Brett Favre (1996-98) Yards: 12,179 / TDs: 112 / INTs: 42 Dan Marino (1984-1986) Yards: 13,967 / TDs: 122 / INTs: 61 (!) As you see, he's right up there with the best in yards, and in a league of his own in TD:INT ratio.