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    Re: Joe Flacco Appreciation Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by arnie_uk View Post
    Boldin was unplayable in the rz for those 4 games
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    Re: Joe Flacco Appreciation Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by arnie_uk View Post
    Boldin was unplayable in the rz for those 4 games
    not just red zone





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    Re: Joe Flacco Appreciation Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    Holy hell that Denver game....still gives me chills....and not just the MHM either....those first two to Torrey Smith were sweet. Joe's greatest hour.
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    Re: Joe Flacco Appreciation Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by esmd View Post
    Holy hell that Denver game....still gives me chills....and not just the MHM either....those first two to Torrey Smith were sweet. Joe's greatest hour.
    yeah I thought that video was fantastic
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    Re: Joe Flacco Appreciation Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by esmd View Post
    Holy hell that Denver game....still gives me chills....and not just the MHM either....those first two to Torrey Smith were sweet. Joe's greatest hour.
    Great video.

    Hope most fans watch it and acknowledge what a good player he was here.





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    Re: Joe Flacco Appreciation Thread

    It's funny how Flacco has this 'Play-action' reputation, but hardly any of those TDs came off of play-action.
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    Re: Joe Flacco Appreciation Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by esmd View Post
    Holy hell that Denver game....still gives me chills....and not just the MHM either....those first two to Torrey Smith were sweet. Joe's greatest hour.
    The best throw of the game isn't even in there. That 3rd down play up the seam to pitta from inside our 20 was beautiful and flipped field position





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    Re: Joe Flacco Appreciation Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by esmd View Post
    Holy hell that Denver game....still gives me chills....and not just the MHM either....those first two to Torrey Smith were sweet. Joe's greatest hour.
    That was such a special post season. Everything clicked.

    That was easily Torrey at his best too.


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    Re: Joe Flacco Appreciation Thread

    Two memories stand out.

    The first we can call a diptych. From 2012: It's the image of Joe on the ground after a Denver interception near the Broncos end zone, Joe dejectedly watching the Pick Six unfold. For me, that was his worst game while under his rookie contract. But...the second half of that diptych, comes next week. The Ravens played the Giants. Joe and the entire team dominated the Giants. The game wasn't as close the 33-14 score.

    The second memory: the final pass in the 2014 Divisional playoff against New England. Sure, he could have thrown underneath to an open Marlon Brown; he could have extended the game. Instead, he went deep to Torrey. He had already thrown four TDs in Brady's house. And, with the game on the line, he opted for a bomb, for a dagger. That's attitude. That's "I'm not afraid of anything." That's dangerous.

    The play didn't work. But having the guts to make the throw, putting the fear in defenses that you will attempt that throw -- that's how you develop a championship edge.

    I don't have pretty memories of Joe; instead they are memories of his resilience and dangerousness.

    They are good memories.





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