Ok. I can understand that.
Rodgers, in my opinion, still remains one of the best pure QBs in the league. He’s over half a decade younger than Brady, has a better play-caller, has an elite WR and RB, and has an influx of talent coming. He’s also mobile and has shown an uncanny ability to create outside the structure of the play. And he plays behind a better line.
I think a lot of the same applies to Brees here.
Brady is 43 - uncharted territory for a starting QB for a full season. Behind a line in need of upgrades, adjusting to a new scheme and playbook in what will be an abbreviated off-season, with a coach who has proven to be resistant to change, and focuses on a vertical approach (which Brady has struggled at in recent years), with a beat-up, starting TE who’s been out of the league for a year who is underweight, who didn’t perform well last time he was in the league in the passing game, without a safety-valve RB like White, etc.