Does their offense always work against every defense? No. if they are so good and will win 6 SB's, when are they going to go undefeated? What if every time the Pats go to the show, the defense played against them is one they can't beat? How goo would they be then?
I have seen delusional, but this takes the cake..
"at least 6 more championships with Brady".
Wow!, that is some positive thinking, even though totally ignorant.
Tom Brady is a good QB. The Best? NO. I would gladly take Marino, Favre, Young, Montana, Bradshaw, Moon, etc... over Brady. Although I do think he is pretty damn good, he is just not the best. Put him on the Chiefs and let's see what he does...get sacked!
Trade him to the Falcons this week. Lets see how good he really is. I doubt he would flourish like he is now.
He is as good as he is because of the players that surround him. Just like every other QB to ever play. Its a TEAM EFFORT that makes a QB good or bad. Think of it this way, if Brady's offense puts up 35pts a game every game, and the defense gives up 36-45pts every game. Would Brady still be considered the best QB ?
Put Brady on a team like the Falcons, where he would probably only put up 17-24 pts a game at most and get scored on 30+ pts a game. Would Brady still be considered the best QB?
He isn't the best QB.. there is no such thing. He might make better decisions then most, have better footwork, better accuracy...but he is only a good QB because he has good players that work well with him.
To break it down for you...your making a pizza and you have the best bread (WR), sauce (RB) and cheese (QB) you can buy... then you top it off with old, moldy pepperoni (offensive line)... how good do you think it makes the Bread, Sauce, and cheese taste now ?
When you put it all together, its a team that makes the players shine, no team, no shine.
You don't explain what "championship" means. Superbowl? AFC? East division?
There is no football stat that tracks "wins" by a quarterback.
I do think Tom Brady is on the cusp of being the greatest quarterback of all time. One more superbowl win, which could happen this year, will tie him with Joe Montana and Terry "overrated" Bradshaw.
What Tom Brady needs to do to seal his position as the greatest quarterback of all time is to go undefeated for a season (or 2), win 5 or more superbowls (he has 3 now), and get at least one more superbowl MVP (he as 2 now). If he does that, no one will be able to make a decent argument that he is not the greatest football player of all time. If he does that, Joe Montana, Terry Bradshaw, and Bob Griese will all agree that Tom is the greatest of all time.
He could accomplish all that in the next 2 years. What would he do then? Hang in there and break ALL the records (like Bret Favre's touchdown record)? Why not, but that would take a long time.
What have you been smoking? Brady is not the best QB around. He's just surrounded by talent.
He is the third best playing right now after Favre and Manning. Brady couldn't hold a prime Brett Favre's jockstrap.
Whether Brady is the best ever or not can't be determined at this time. Even though he has accomplished a lot, he doesn't have a full body of work yet. Although he had a bad set of wide recievers last year (and still managed to almost make the big game), he has yet to play with a bad team. Once his career is over then it can really be put into perspective.
Two things definitely in his favor, his drive to succeed and his conditioning. He will never get complacent & while injuries can happen to anyone, the time he spends with the weights severely cuts down on the risks of many injuries (many injuries are due to the players not being in as good physical condition that a professional football player should be). These things should help him have a long, productive career that should put him in the Hall of Fame.
But 6 more titles? As good as they have been this year, they can't be head and shoulders better than everyone as long as Peyton & the Colts are around. The Chargers blowout has as much to do with Norv Turner being over his head as a head coach as it does the Pats talent & coaching (I think the Chargers if they played in any other AFC conference other than the West they would miss the playoffs due to their bad coaching - if your team single covers Randy Moss with a nickel corner then you are a bad coach even if that side of the ball isn't your strength). And the 2 teams the Colts played close have proven to be good teams THIS year. I think the Pats are the best so far, but the Colts are a very close 2nd.
And as far as the future, most of the Pats wide reciever core is basically on one year deals (Randy definitely is and someone will try to throw him tons of money in the off-season. Donte's is written so the team has to decide at the end of this year if he's worth keeping long term or not). Their linebacker core is built to win short term. And there are plenty of good organizations out there that, while they don't put great teams out on the field each and every single year, you can't count them out to win it all on any given year. So 6 titles in this day and age is unrealistic (though I'd be happy if it happened).
Right now Tom Brady is in the top 10 or higher but if he continue to win at least 2-3 more Super Bowls, he's gonna be the greatest QB ever in my book. Right now he's better than Peyton Manning in my book, just looked at his 12-2 post season record wow and 3 super bowl to go with it. He's the best QB right now in the league and will be the greatest ever went his career is over, with at least 5 or 6 super bowl rings.
I dont know but I always pick him in Fantasy and as long as he keeps doing what he is doing...I dont care! GO BRADY!!