Peyton Manning may be the best player to ever step on an NFL field, but like Tomlinson, he performs below expectations in the postseason. The four-time MVP boasts just a 9-10 record in the playoffs, and he has won just one Super Bowl.
His passer rating is significantly lower in January, and he has thrown just 29 touchdowns compared to 19 interceptions.
The Tennessee product's worst postseason game was by far the 2004 AFC Championship. Manning had put together one of the best seasons in NFL history, throwing for 57 touchdowns and just 10 picks in 18 games. However, in this game, Manning completed under 50 percent of his passes while throwing just one touchdowns and four interceptions. The Colts were defeated by the Patriots, 24-14.
Although Manning may be the most talented quarterback in NFL history, he lacks the postseason success to be compared to the likes of Tom Brady and Joe Montana.