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Joe Flacco - on cover of Sports Illustrataed

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He could blow-out the Pats, and the mediots, including SI, still won't give him his due credit.

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Of course, Joe's only on the regional cover. The national cover goes to Colin Kaepernick.

 

No respect.

 

Yet.

 

Yet another guy who thinks he is a runner instead of a QB in the NFL. He is getting too much credit for going against a horrible run defense in GB. He tries that against a good defense and he will be joining Bob Griffin in a hospital getting surgery.

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Yet another guy who thinks he is a runner instead of a QB in the NFL. He is getting too much credit for going against a horrible run defense in GB. He tries that against a good defense and he will be joining Bob Griffin in a hospital getting surgery.

 

Yes, there is only one running quarterback worthy of your praise. Derp.

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Im amazed as to why people need respect from reporters, who are really now just bloggers, who most likely never stepped foot on a playing field.

 

"If you cant do it, write about it."

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Im amazed as to why people need respect from reporters, who are really now just bloggers, who most likely never stepped foot on a playing field.

 

"If you cant do it, write about it."

 

This x1000.

 

But the same thing can be said about a million posters on the internet. He prattle on endlessly trying to convince someone who wont be convinced that they are wrong.

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Heard an interesting point of view on the radio this morning. Basically they said 5 years is not long enough to have a legacy so how can you rewrite it? Not many QBs have won a SB in their first 5 years. Peyton and Brees didn't.

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Heard an interesting point of view on the radio this morning. Basically they said 5 years is not long enough to have a legacy so how can you rewrite it? Not many QBs have won a SB in their first 5 years. Peyton and Brees didn't.

 

I agree with that point of view. Would or have they done this to Ryan?

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How can one re-write a legacy? It's as if his legacy had already been written. Flacco has only been in the league 5 years. When he walks off the field for the last time, thats when his legacy will be written. Right now, it's still being written.

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