Coming into this season, I was in the 'Peyton is better than Brady' camp because of the disparity in offensive numbers Manning had over Brady (e.g. season numbers of 49 TDs, 121 Passer Rating, etc.) Obviously in assessing this disparity, one has had to consider the effect that each QB's receiving corp plays. Comparing the offensive statistics that Brady compiled with receiving corps of Branch/Givens or Caldwell/Gaffney compared to Manning's production with Harrison/Wayne is problematic due to the disparity in the talent of the receivers, leading to the assertion by those in the Brady camp that - if Brady had Manning's receivers he would have similar or better numbers. Enter Randy Moss and the '07 Patriots passing arsenal. Needless to say, I am no longer in the 'Manning is better than Brady camp'. After watching Moss this season and today's game against Miami, in particular, where Brady threw two hail mary jump ball TDs to Moss in double coverage, I can't help but think that in the future the biggest question in the Brady vs Manning debate will be - if Manning had Moss as a receiver, would he would have similar or better numbers than Brady?