how about Brady? He was over-throwing all night. He's happy his defense (AS USUAL) bailed him out. Brady's an unpopular pick, but with everyone hyping this very mediocre QB up so high, he definitely proved his shoddiness tonight. And of course, I'll hear otherwise.
Might as well say what others are thinking...and only hijack the thread for a second.
OK, it might be the system, but 23/33 (about 70% passing? How many QB's complete 70% of their passes in a game?) for 236, 2 TD's, and 0 INT's is by no means a goof...especially when his counterpart QB threw 3 INT's and wasted away about 90 seconds of game clock in the last 5 minutes, effectively giving their team little/no time to win the game.
Brady's Super Bowl stats are now comparable to Joe Montana's after 3 Bowls other than 1 INT (Montana had 0) and a difference in Rating (about 100 compared with 118 - this one I'm not entirely certain on). He gets the job done, and you can't take that away from him no matter how "bad" you might think he is.