Unless the comparison is the genre of course. Production in TLOU2 is probably above Uncharted, story cohesion and performances I would say are better in TLOU2. From the OP genre seems to be the main gameplay argument:
"Sure, these types of set pieces maybe don't suit TLOU as much, but that doesn't excuse the fact that TLOU2 has no gameplay sequences that even came close to entertaining me as much as this in a general sense."
It's pretty clear from the OP that he likes action adventure set pieces and funny characters. You don't watch "Lincoln" by Spielberg and expect car chases and explosions for example. OP liked the chase sequence in Uncharted. TLOU2 aimed to have intense encounters, scary moments, and survival and it did that rather well, it didn’t aim to be an Indiana Jones family adventure. He likes one genre more than the other and that's great. Doesn't make the other a disappoint unless his only gripe is that he wanted more Uncharted from the studio instead of TLOU. TLOU is a different type of game. What it aimed to do it did well and a comparison to Uncharted to me seems a little out of place.
One is an arcade shooter that lets you eat rounds while sprinting to cover and allows the player to regenerate health.
The other is hands down the most brutal and realistic shooter/combat game of all time. Each encounter is a tense life or death exchange.
OP clearly values the relaxed, arcade style of shooting offered by Uncharted.
I consider TLOU1 to be one of the great games of all-time. And Escape from Tarkov is a game that has much more realistic, tense gunplay than TLOUII. I play that game often because of the intense nature of the gameplay; I appreciate a wide variety of tones and styles of games.