He won those 2 SB's cheating, and every year the league changed the rules (as you stated yourself) that directly benefited the Quarterback. You keep asking this ridiculous question about Peyton Manning and its been answered a ridiculous amount of times. Peyton Manning doesnt have alot of championships because he didnt play with a team that cheated to an overwhelming majority of them as well as the league having the refs lean the game in favor of the Patriots.
You ask the question but you dont want to accept the answer...so maybe you should stop asking the question because your statement in the form of a question doesnt present this "dun dun dun" moment. Peyton has 1 ring because he earned it as a Colt. He would have had more if he was a Patriot and cheated his way to more. And of course you can keep a team together like the old days, the cap and passing league has made it much easier to do so. You have a great QB and that IS your team. Everyone else is a supporting cast that is easily replaceable.
Funny how more and more games the Pats play are coming down to the refs and it is always at the Patriots advantage. The Jets had an opportunity towards the end of the game and the refs called Marshall for not resetting, and if im correct there was also a catch made by decker and he made it out of bounds yet the refs continued to run the clock. I think I still have the game somewhere. If im correct I'll make a GIF of it.
I can understand if this was 10 years ago and people are making these type of comments and others are skeptical of believing it, but if people are still skeptical of this its simply because they dont feel like seeing the obvious.
And the league obviously adapted to that. They changed the league into a "Passing league". If you have a QB it doesnt matter what else you have. It doesnt matter if you draft well or not (as you said earlier) because if you dont have a QB then you're not going to win anyway. Atleast in the pre-salary cap, though you were able to pay out to keep your guys, drafting players was an absolute necessity because you needed a complete team. You think you're ever going to see a Chuck Noll built team in this era where a team wins the superbowl and all 53 players on the roster was drafted by the organization? The Steelers not only did that through the pre-salary cap era but that 70's Steelers team imo was better than the 49er's team we talk about. Chuck Noll, a guy who is ACTUALLY the greatest coach ever did that. Its WAAAAAAY easier to keep your "team" together during this generation when all your team needs to have is a Quarterback. Once you have a QB you can let go of anyone while giving your QB 100+ million never to leave. Just look at the league bro.