[QUOTE=John_0515;4505091]Actually, Brady is an average QB when he has consistent pressure put on him.
When he has time to go through his progressions, he's the HOF QB that is unlike anyone (except maybe Montana, IMO).
Depends on the type of pressure.
When teams start doing stunt blitzes, pressure from the outside, CB and satety blitzes, Brady eats them alive.
There is no QB in the NFL that steps up into the pocket and slides better than Brady.
With that said, Brady is toast if the pressure comes from directly up the middle (like the Giants were able to do the last 2 Super Bowls). Brady has absolutely no mobility in the pocket if he can not step up.