He's still better then 75% of the grid
An interesting comment. I'm not sure that he is (not 'bashing' here, just looking at the statement in the cold light of day) but that depends what you consider constitutes being 'better'.
With 24 drivers o the grid you're suggesting there are only six, or thereabouts, 'better' than the Michael Schumacher of 2010. That's a fair comment, but it does take some believing. I would safely say that the following six are, without doubt, currently 'better' than Michael (in no particular order): Alonso, Hamilton, Webber, Kubica, Button, Vettel, Rosberg. The last one, of course, is going to raise some arguments, but I don't see how it can be suggested otherwise. That leaves us to consider others such as Massa, Sutil, Barrichello - all of whom can have valid arguments made for them - and maybe the occasional flourish from the likes of Kobayashi, Hulkenberg, and so on. I think I would safely agree that he's easily 'better' than 50% of the field, but 75% is pushing it a little on the form we've seen so far. If he can't adapt to a car he 'doesn't like', after all, he can't really be that good, can he?