Matching Gabberts stats in pff nonsense? Sure, I dont doubt it. In real stats though? No, not even close. During that window Rodgers was 22-7 td to int ratio with a rating in the 90s, clearly not awful.Cliff wrote: During that 8 game stretch he was matching Blaine Gabbert's stats so ... sure, by the end of the year he had done well enough to bring his numbers up, but during that window he was awful.
Anyway, it's not all about stats in the Brady vs. Rodgers debate. At any rate, setting the stats aside, it's hard to argue with Brady's results. Which one would I take in their prime? That's a tough decision as I realize some of Brady's success is that he's been on superior team to Rodgers on average.
Brady played for a legendary roster and had spygate and tuck rule to boot, yet his stats and on field production completely and utterly fail in comparison to Rodgers, its literally not even close.
There is no comparison, one guy literally does everything better then the other in every single facet and the stats reflect this with a vast statistical discrepancy. If Rodgers wins a couple more SBs, it will cease to be a debate, one might even do it.
Brady is not, nor has ever been, nor has any statistic in any way shape or form to suggest that he is even equal to Rodgers, not statistically, not physically, and in both areas, its not even close.