Those are tough losses on him, but I don't think he merits a comparison to the losses Favre had. Maybe after a few more years (and losses) you can put a pattern together, but these 3 games are not a good start for your argument.
Maybe after a few more years (and losses) you can put a pattern together, but these 3 games are not a good start for your argument
Maybe after a few more years (and losses) you can put a pattern together,
Reading is fundamental bruh.
Oh wait, to your point tho. He lost to Tom Brady twice (you know, the guy that Peyton is better than in your dreams) and then he lost to Ben, in Ben's second year, just like Kap last year, no? But hey, Ben won the Super Bowl so we'll still count it, and of course he lost in a SB to Brees, his pick 6 didn't matter at all, and then he lost to the Ravens last year. (he have a pick 6 in that game too? Oh, and he got the TWO special teams touchdowns, but we'll keep that quiet in here)
Oh, and he lost to Ben and Flacco at home, coming off bye weeks, so that's fun. Gotta love some inconsistent arguments tho, eh ************?
But don't worry, I won't bring up the loss to Sanchez, or Jay Fielder, or Pennington 41-0, or Rivers at home, off a bye, I'll keep those a secret, ssshhhhh. No pattern, no pattern.
So to answer, that's about 50% of his 11 playoff losses to eventual champs. But like I said, no pattern of one and done's or anything like that the last 15 years for me to base a solid argument on, nope, not me. I'm just sittin here talkin out my ***, especially when I speak on Favre, and Rodgers, and Dan, and Brady, Ben, Montana, etc and no one else gets bent out of shape about what I say, but you Peyton fan *****, oh, you all got tears.
Don't come in like nothing and start throwing veiled shots. Shayton Fanning and ********.
Say what you want and if you think you got me on something, speak on it. Don't be slick and think you're really makin a point. Cuz you just fell flat on your face and look stupid doin so.
Go back to the drawing board.