Peyton Manning now 9-9 in playoff games. That's called "average".
If you're somehow implying that Manning is an average quarterback I will laugh.
that fact that he has played in 18 playoff games at this point in his career, even without a superbowl win, that makes him more than average at the least. the parody in the nfl is so rampant. back in the days of the norris division, every team seemed to make the playoffs....seems different in the nhl now for some reason.
Peyton Manning is not average. Sure, his postseason record? It's average; 9-9 is the definition of average. But the 4 time (FOUR TIME) league MVP, the guy who is going to shatter passing records, the guy who is automatic week in and week out? Not even close to average.
I always find it funny, that for whatever reason in football, championships automatically make decent QB's all time greats. For instance, Joe Namath's numbers were so-so, but because he won that huge Super Bowl....he's a hall of famer. Take hockey for example, if Ray Bourque wouldn't have won the Cup in '01, would that have hurt his Hall candidacy or his overall legacy (which so many football analysts seem concerned about)? No. Not at all. But now, because Peyton Manning is 1-1 in Super Bowls, he's average.
So since we're going by Super Bowls, Trent Dilfer and Brad Johnson are as good as Peyton Manning since they all have 1 Super Bowl win?