Manning peed down his leg vs Seattle from the first play until the last play of that SB. The next year Brady faced essentially the same D, and came back from the biggest deficeit in NFL SB history to win with THE best 4th quarter ever seen by a QB in the SB.

Brady has almost twice as many 97+ QB Rating games in the playoffs as Manning and won them all (11-0) Manning only has 7, and he was 5-2.

How about all those record setting teams Manning had, and then all the pitiful one and dones in the playoff – almost twice as many as any other QB ever. Choke.

Manning played on teams rated in the top 5 more than Brady did.

Brady 23-9 in the playoffs, Choke Manning 11-9 is it? Har Har

Did you know Brady blows Manning away in QB Rating in Dome games?

Brady played with lesser offensive skill players, yet he produced more PPG then Manning with his elite casts.

Manning was the #1 pick, Brady #199. Manning was paid about $930k per game, Brady about $670k. Who was worth more per game? Who won more? Who actually won titles with his play instead of playing like a scared college sophmore that let his D’s win the games.

Manning == Fraud

]]>No mention that the 2 SB’s Manning “won” he recorded the worst and 2nd worst QB Rating of any SB winning QB.

]]>For instance, the first graph you are referring to is using what I am calling xWin%. That is each quarterback’s expected win % based on the Expected Points Added in each game they played.

I explain xWin% and other stats I use here in part II of this series of posts, which you can find here: http://outsidethehashes.com/?p=636

]]>First of all I am a Broncos fan, have been my whole life and I started reading through this page in order to find some interesting FACTS to throw my coworkers way when they bring up Brady being better than Manning. The only reason I am commenting is to highlight your statistical errors in hopes that you may redo your complete page with current and factual data.

1. I stopped reading after reviewing your first graph

2. Your graph is incorrect

3. First thing I noticed- The paragraph title states “Manning v Brady: Regular Season” and graph title states “Manning v Brady: Best Seasons” yet Brady’s perfect season is not on there.

4. You specifically state in the above paragraph, “ Brady’s best was the magnificent 2007 season” yet it is still not on the graph.

5. I pulled my own numbers since yours could not be trusted

6. Again you stated, “Manning’s best season was 2004”. Yet his best regular season was 2005 and 2009 with 14 wins

7. On your graph Brady’s 11th best season is at 50% (meaning 8 wins and 8 losses). NEWS FLASH, NE has not finished 8-8 since 1999 (pre-Brady)

8. Your line markers should only fall on the following percentages (only combinations x/16)… 100, 94, 88, 81, 75, 69, 63, and 56%, most of your markers do not reflect that

9. I realize this article is old since the first comment is from 2013 so I understand why you have 11 games for Brady depending on the data you are pulling but where is Brady’s 2002 season finishing 9-7? Marker should be at 56%

10. By searching your article (ctrl f) I can tell that you only reference games up to 2012.

11. Let me spell this out as simple as it can be since you obviously cannot handle percentages…(not including 2013-15) throwing out Brady’s 08 and 00 seasons as well as Manning’s 01, 98, and 2011 seasons

12. Manning’s regular season wins from best to 11th – (14 wins ,2005) (14 wins ,2009) (13 wins ,1999) (13 wins ,2007) (13 wins ,2012) (12 wins ,2003) (12 wins ,2004) (12 wins ,2006) (12 wins ,2008) (10 wins ,2000) (10 wins ,2002)…**12th would be 2010 with 10 wins**

13. Brady’s regular season wins from best to 11th -(16 wins ,2007) (14 wins ,2003) (14 wins ,2004) (14 wins ,2010) (13 wins ,2011) (12 wins ,2006) (12 wins ,2012) (11 wins ,2001) (10 wins ,2005) (10 wins ,2009) (9 wins ,2002)

14. Based on the data (top 11 games 1999-2012) or if you were to graph it again with the dates you were using each QB would have a total of 135 wins in the regular season.

15. If you added more recent data Brady proves to have statistically better “ Best Seasons (regular seasons)”

16. Next time you should make sure that the first piece of data you put in an article is sound (100% correct)

17. Pulling my own data and writing this comment was a lot more entertaining than reading the rest of your article with possible (most likely) incorrect information.

18. Lastly GO Broncos and though I prefer Manning over Brady, I still respect the facts.

Conclusion:

You are poisoning the internet with your false data, redo your numbers/article or find a better hobby where being educated is not required!!