Originally Posted by Double Barrel
lol @ Joe Flacco being no. 100 on the list. Dude had one of the best post season performances in NFL history, won the Super Bowl and earned the SB MVP, yet a couple of flashy rookies are higher on the list.
yeah, that's credible. I'm not even a Flacco fanboy
What PFF said...
100. Joe Flacco, QB, Baltimore Ravens (Unranked last year)
If this list were built solely on those four postseason games that culminated with the Ravens’ quarterback hoisting the Lombardi Trophy, then Joe Flacco would rank right at the very top. But it’s not, and there were 16 other games that can’t be discounted where Flacco struggled with accuracy for a Ravens team that stumbled into the playoffs. Flacco was truly special in the playoffs, showing the kind of poise and knack for the big play that was integral in his team winning it all.
Best Performance: Week 16 versus New York Giants, +6.8
Key Stat: Owned a stunning 16 touchdowns to zero interception ratio on all balls thrown at least 20 yards in the air.
A poor game is any rating below-1
. In the regular season Brady & Rogers had no
game ratings below -1, Manning had one
, Flacco had five
and Schaub four(barely missing on two others). Sanchez had eight
Firing Cam Cameron helped greatly.