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    Time for Flacco to put the team on his back?







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    Re: Time for Flacco to put the team on his back?

    I was tired of this meaningless "elite" nonsense last year; and I'm even more tired of people taking Flacco's statements out of context and pretending he was being arrogant and/or braggy, when all he was saying was that all NFL QBs need the confidence to think they are the best if they're going to succeed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flipping Birdie View Post
    I was tired of this meaningless "elite" nonsense last year; and I'm even more tired of people taking Flacco's statements out of context and pretending he was being arrogant and/or braggy, when all he was saying was that all NFL QBs need the confidence to think their the best if they're going to succeed.


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  4. Re: Time for Flacco to put the team on his back?

    Or trade for Jennings, he puts the team on his back




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    Speaking Jennings, how sick would it be to get him next off season?

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    Re: Time for Flacco to put the team on his back?

    Quote Originally Posted by Flipping Birdie View Post
    I was tired of this meaningless "elite" nonsense last year; and I'm even more tired of people taking Flacco's statements out of context and pretending he was being arrogant and/or braggy, when all he was saying was that all NFL QBs need the confidence to think they are the best if they're going to succeed.
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  8. Re: Time for Flacco to put the team on his back?

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    Speaking Jennings, how sick would it be to get him next off season?

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    That's what I was thinking. With Boldin gone that'll give us some cap room




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    Speaking Jennings, how sick would it be to get him next off season?

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    That would be awesome, but realistically, I see them going with Doss as the #3 with Torrey and JJ at 1 and 2.

    I also wouldn't be shocked if they re-upped with Boldin.




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    Re: Time for Flacco to put the team on his back?

    Um, in case they haven't noticed, Flacco has been carrying the team on his back.
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    Re: Time for Flacco to put the team on his back?

    Quote Originally Posted by The Excellector View Post
    Um, in case they haven't noticed, Flacco has been carrying the team on his back.


    First, it was he had to beat the Steelers. He did that.

    Then, it was he had to win a playoff game. He did that. Numerous times.

    Then, it was he had to beat the Steelers with a healthy Big Jen. He did that. Twice.
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    Re: Time for Flacco to put the team on his back?

    Quote Originally Posted by The Excellector View Post
    Um, in case they haven't noticed, Flacco has been carrying the team on his back.
    Exactly. I pointed out in another thread that with the exception of the 9ers game (and an incredible performace by the defense) every one of the Ravens' wins last year came when the team scored 20+ points.

    So far, that's been the case this year as well, with the Chiefs being a notable exception. If they have any kind of offense, the Ravens don't win that game because the Ravens' offense couldn't get anything going.

    Shut down our offense, and we have no shot at winning. That means the offense carries the team.




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