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Old 03-21-2013   #28
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Default Re: Insight into Front Office inactivity

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Originally Posted by the wonger need food View Post
No, it's actual history... the dude's lead their teams to championships.
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Originally Posted by htownfan32 View Post
That makes Trent Dilfer elite too, huh? Phil Simms? Brad Johnson?

Anquan Boldin lead the Ravens to a championship, not Joe Flacco.
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Originally Posted by sandman View Post
Giants missed the playoffs two years in a row before winning in 2011 with a 9-7 record, and missed the playoffs again this year. Manning has had rather Schaub-like numbers those four years, but did get hot for their one playoff run.

The Ravens on the other hand have been a good team, going to the playoffs each of the last four years, but they kept losing their second game. Until this year when Flacco, who again had Schaub-like numbers in the last four regular seasons, got hot in the playoffs.

Sounds like success is defined as a decent team riding a QB hot streak in the playoffs.
MSR!

Don't underestimate the significance of the lucky-a$$ break either....
- Like Jacoby's miracle catch to force O/T against the Broncos.
- Or Welker dropping key passes in the division championship game.
- Or Jacoby making what appeared to be a stumble-bum catch (did you know that was his ONLY catch of the game) in the Super Bowl that he turned into six points.
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