Peyton Manning. He reads a defense better than Dan Marino, has a quick release just like him and can throw the ball all the way downfield just as accurate as you can ask for.
Peyton's Stats: 3,839 of 5,960 passes complete with a 64.4% completion rate for 45,628 yards, and 333 TD's/165 INT's. He even has rushed 309 times for 717 yards, and 17 TD's. His bad stats...he's been stacked 205 times, and has had 48 fumbles, 16 of those lost.
Brady's Stats: 2,301 of 3,653 passes complete with a 63.0% completion rate for 26,446 yards, and 197 TD's/86 INT's. He has also rushed 276 times for 533 yards and 5 TD's. His bad stats....Sacked for 203 times, and has had 60 fumbles with 28 lost.
He's had nine years and Brady might have had an outstanding year, but does anyone look at the flaws? 60 fumbles? 28 lost...not good. He's almost been sacked more than Peyton and he's not even been in the game as long as he has. In nine years, Peyton already had 37,586 yards, and 275 TD's/139 INT's...stat wise, that's techniqually better, like 11,000 yards and 78 TD's better. Yes QB's go through injuries, and people say, but Tom Brady suffered an injury and blaw, blaw, blaw...so did Dan Marino in 1993...get a better offensive line then and block, and make sure Brady doesn't hold on the ball too long, which he's real famous for, and he DOES NOT, have that quick release like Manning.
Peyton is the smartest QB today, he reads a defense so well, he doesn't get flustered when he gets picked off or sacked. He blames himself for his mistakes and gets better and he did that in the playoffs when he did go against the Pats. He threw a couple of picks, told his defense to hold them and he'll get them back in the game....and he did, winning 38-34. He got his rythme back, he cut the defense apart, and his defense held them back long enough for Peyton to seal the deal. Brady gets flustered real easily, he blames his teammates sometimes when he messes up, and he yells at everyone...is that a team leader? I need someone who encourages, not bring me down,
So yes, Peyton is better, QB and leader wise. I like him a lot, and too bad he's with the Colts, he'd been a real nice addition in Miami or Houston hehe.