This is in response to Arr (I believe) in another thread but I figured I would share it with the masses and the best way to do that was with its own thread. Manning of 2004 played 9 of his 15 games in a dome and all in good weather. Brady in his 15 games has played in high winds in Baltimore, Sleet/Snow/Rain and high winds against the Jets. Manning played a total of six games outdoors and only one of those six games were played outdoors during the months of November and December (Chicago Nov 21st, Weather 43 and partly cloudy). He did not play in one game affected by the weather. Manning was on the sidelines for a total of 27:45 minutes during the first 15 games of the season and played a game in OT. The majority of that (16:15) came against Detroit. Brady has been on the sideline for 45:55 minutes in the first 15 games, that doesn't include the majority of the 2nd half against Miami back in October where he played for a total of 6:23 minutes. Does anyone disagree that Brady could have thrown at least one more TD in that extra 18:10 minutes? Heck, you could even add in the extra 2:47 minutes Manning received for the overtime against SD. That would give Brady a total of 20:57. That means Brady has until the 9:03 mark of the 2nd quarter against the Giants to throw 49 TD's in the same amount of actual gametime as Manning. And he did that playing the final seven games of the season in the northeast, four at home and three on the road in Buffalo, Baltimore and New York. Then you could add in other little tidbits like the Colts had a total of 10 rushing TD's for the entire season and the Patriots have 15 after 15 games.