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Old 09-25-2013   #29
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Default Re: Remember 2010

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Originally Posted by Double Barrel View Post
Organizations are different from completely opposite perspectives.

One organization made the QB prove he was worth a contract by playing out his last year.

The other gave the QB a fat contract after missing the franchise's first playoff appearance with a season-ending injury that continues to plague him two seasons later.
Actually, one QB accepted a low-ball offer, the other held out for more. If it were up to the Ravens, they would have inked Flacco before the season started.

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Flacco has been in the playoffs every year of his career, WINNING TWO road playoff games as ROOKIE (first time in NFL history, btw). And he's won at least one playoff game every year he's been in the league. Last year, he tied Joe Montana's single postseason record for touchdown passes (11) without an interception before winning the Super Bowl championship and earning a SB MVP.

Schaub has shown us nothing to indicate that he's anywhere near Joe Flacco.
Of course, I disagree. I'm not a Schaub fan, but Schaub's a better QB than Flacco. Flacco is much streakier, he'll have a 3 or 4 game streak where he's just in the zone, but he'll also have lows for a few games as well. Schaub is much more consistent, day in day out, you're much more likely to get a solid game out of Schaub. Every now & then he'll throw in a stinker, every now & then he'll be fantastic. But Matt Schaub is much more likely to have an above average performance next week than Flacco is.
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