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



    Why make a thread based on this garbage article?




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    Flacco has been carrying the team


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

    Simple litmus test... Would the Ravens be 5-1 without Joe Flacco?




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

    Quote Originally Posted by Corey View Post
    Simple litmus test... Would the Ravens be 5-1 without Joe Flacco?
    Well exactly. When you listen to some of these talking heads, they act like you can roll anyone out there and they'll win, because of "the great Ravens' defense". If that were true, Kyle Bollar would still be the QB. Jeez!
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    Quote Originally Posted by scbgirlxo View Post
    Why make a thread based on this garbage article?
    Because the OP wrote it.




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

    Can you name a QB who in the past 2 seasons, has had to throw into really tight windows as often as Flacco?

    I know there are others who can do it as well as Joe, but have there been any since 2011 who've had to do it as much?




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

    Quote Originally Posted by goodandfast View Post
    Because the OP wrote it.
    Nope, but try again.

    Just saw it & was curious to how the Ravens fan base felt regarding Flacco & whether you guys felt he was in the elite category. I mean he has done a great job winning games, but his numbers are far from elite & he would be fighting for a top 10 QB in the NFL.

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    Starting to get the feeling the author is also the OP.
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    Re: Time for Flacco to put the team on his back?

    Quote Originally Posted by goodandfast View Post
    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.
    I agree. If they invest that kind of money this offseason it will be on the defensive side of the ball IMO. I could definitely see them re-upping with Boldin though. With JJ and Torrey on the outside, Boldin is a guy fits nicely in the slot and Joe obviously has trust in him. He should be pretty reasonable in terms of cap hit so looks like a good fit.
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    Re: Time for Flacco to put the team on his back?

    I thought Boldin was still under contract next year? His cap hit is going to be far larger than his worth. Wouldn't be surprised if he's a cap casualty. The Ravens are not going to restructure his contract or give him an extension, imo.




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

    Boldin's cap number for next year is 7.5 mil. He's got to be on the potential cap casualty list.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Paintballguy View Post
    Boldin's cap number for next year is 7.5 mil. He's got to be on the potential cap casualty list.
    Yikes. No doubt. Maybe restructure and extend him giving less money yearly, but spread out.
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