Here is a look at the numbers from a different perspective to show just how dominant Tom Brady has been over this generation's biggest rival, Peyton Manning. Yes, you hear a lot that Brady and Manning are the "greatest winners in the NFL." You hear that the Colts won the most games of the last decade and they have a playoff streak. You'd think that these two are just about equal. Then you are told that Manning has more wins than Brady, so he must be better at winning. Actually, the opposite is true, and it couldn't be more true. Brady dominates Manning in winning on Sunday. Since we are not idiots, we look at the numbers by percentages. This is because of the obvious fact that a guy hitting .333 is better than a guy hitting .211, even if the .211 has more hits. Brady, 125-36 (.776) Manning, 140-71 (.664) The most remarkable part of this comparison is that Brady is not far behind Manning in wins, despite that Manning has played in 50 more games. To put theses number into perspective, let's do a little math to figure out just how great this gap is: For Manning to get his winning percentage to Brady's level, he would have to win 91 consecutive games. If the Colts went 16-0 in 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015, Manning would still win a lesser percentage of games than Brady. Brady would have to lose 27 consecutive games to match Manning's current percentage. If you took away Manning's worst 30 games of his career, all losses, he would then be roughly tied with Brady (if you were trying to pin it on his rookie season, there goes the argument, even though I don't hear pundits saying they should remove his cumulative passing yds and tds from that season.) Likewise, if you took out 53 of Brady's wins, he would still be ahead of Manning's current percentage. What Manning has done is very good, although his "dominance" has been done before by numerous quarterbacks. What Brady has done is almost statistically impossible. If Brady keeps up a winning % over .750, that record will never be broken; although statisticians hold certain records in high regard, this might be the most unbelievable record in sports. One other interesting fact: Brady has more career wins (125) than interceptions (121). Manning would have to win his next 77 games, with no losses and no interceptions, to have the same results.