Originally Posted by Real Men Wear Green
Brady shouldn't have come up in this topic. But seeing as he has, I'll point out the weakness that has made him struggle in some playoff games: He goes down easy when the line is getting beat. He's not strong like Big Ben or quick/fast like RG3. No athleticism of any kind beyond his arm. So if your pass rushers can beat the o-line he'll get sacked and throw INTs. The o-line is actually more important to Brady than who he has catching the ball, as evidenced by some of the no-name receiver corps he's won SBs with.
But if you aren't hitting him, he'll kill you. That's a 100% guarantee.
Now everyone get back to what a choking beeyotch Peyton Manning is.
I'm not sure how true that is considering how Cassel got sacked a ton in 2008 when Brady was out. I would credit Brady for having an ultra quick release and being able to read defenses, possibly credit him for giving line calls too.