Tom Bradys greatest attribute, and he's the best of all time at it.......is short accuracy. He puts those passes on a dime where his guys don't have to break stride more consistently than any QB I've ever seen.
It's smart coaching to use this strength of his and maximize it.
Can't hold short passes against him at all in my opinion.
In my opinion there is a very weak argument for Montana over Brady now.
His biggest competition is Manning because you can make the argument 2 rings + all Mannings individual awards/stats can stand up to Brady.
Montana has no edge, except one which is superbowl performance - that's not really something that would hold much weight over the numerous other categories Brady beats Montana in.
Montana is basically Brady with worse stats/worse longevity when comparing careers.
Montana has played 192 games, Brady 237 and shows no signs of slowing up. That's 3 more seasons worth of games basically.
Youre just looking at numbers and he doesn't have worse stats of you adjust for era
Bless' point is system QB...Belechik
Montana was the greatest post season QB ever
Montana holds postseason records for most games with a passer rating over 100.0 (12) and is second in career postseason touchdown passes (45), passing yards (5,772) and games with 300+ passing yards (6, tied with Kurt Warner). He also tied Terry Bradshaw's record for consecutive playoff games with at least two touchdown passes (7), though this record has since been broken by Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco. In his four Super Bowls, Montana completed 83 of 122 passes for 1,142 yards and 11 touchdowns with no interceptions, earning him a passer rating of 127.8. Montana led his team to victory in each game, and was the first player ever to win three Super Bowl MVP awards. Montana also held the record for most Super Bowl pass completions (83) and still holds the record for pass attempts (122) without throwing an interception.
Brady I feel has gotten lucky a couple times in the post season...Tuck rule, not running Lynch, etc
For example, a guy who was horrible in the USFL, couldn't do shit in the ****ing Buccaneers and was thought to be a bust, stepped into the 49ers for Montana and put up better numbers than him, hell he averaged better career numbers.
The moment Joe goes to the Chiefs they run WCO. Is this a coincidence? Teams don't just plug QBs in and expect them to fit into the system, systems are built around the QBs you have.
Last edited by CelticBaller : 01-07-2017 at 01:32 AM.