There are lots of arm chair QBs and Monday morning quarterbacks and fanboy fantsy pants fans who love to comment on how great he is. But really... it is a really really difficult position to play and that makes the analysis of how it gets done so well very complicated. After watching sb36 again it was amazing to see him as a first year player again. There were a lot of bad plays. But he came thru with great throws at important moments.. i.e.. end of half , end of game. Meanwhile the stats were not that impressive. Hmmmmm. Then you look at the rest of the Superbowls and big games.. just wow. 20 years and counting... What items stood out to you watching him play all those games? Having all the replays to watch the last few days gives a better analysis , IMO. The temptation is to say all of the above but that doesn't separate what makes him the greatest. Please choose the biggest reasons and the most important.... Thx.