Am I the only one who thinks this is ridiculous? Tom Brady has gone from being a good QB in 2001 to a great QB by 2004.. and has seemingly upped his level of play every year... It seems like every year the guy gets friggen better.. It looks as though he is playing in his prime at the age of 34.. Watching him throw the ball against Denver last Saturday was awe inspiring. With that said how and why does the media equate SB victories (a team effort) to an indivual? Like how is TB already not the best or the 2nd best ever? The guy has won in the NFL multiple ways can adapt to many different situations and succeed at the highest level. But he has not won the SB since 2004 and obviously his best games have come well after 2004 so that right there tells me that this whole SB victories = best ever is a flawed.. a down right idiotic way to measure the GOAT. I think TB makes everyone around him better he can make jags look like stars.. and he makes stars look like HOF players. ( Gronk, Welker, branch, Hernadez) branch is not a hof player but Branch disappeared when he went to Seatle. I also think Gronk is special and probably if he stays healthy and continues to improve over the years he will be a lock for a first ballot HOF. So Gronk is probably a bad example because he is already on pace to be more than just a star in this league. But we all know the list of receivers Brady has had in the past. I always hear he doesn't have the strongest arm, not sure who does and not sure its relevent really, but when I see TB throw the fb it looks special. Especially those intermediate lazer beams. Maybe thats my rose colored glasses but its fun watching the guy play as opposed to Eli Manning or Ben Rapistberger. I know Eli gets the job done but to me he is kind of boring to watch and I hate his stupid face! Sorry 2007 has forever scared me. Whatever team accomplishments Brady gets from here on out will be gravy and just add to his legacy. But to me one of the best QB's in history really took his game to a higher level well after his last SB victory. Am I off base here? Am I missing something? Is Terry Bradshaw the best QB of all time? Is Trent Dilfer and Peyton Manning equals because they both got 1 title each? You cant pick and choose when to use this stat as the barometer for QB greatness. I bring this up because it was all over the Boston Sports talk radio this afternoon and I just find it kind of annoying. :bricks: rant over.