pod2dawg wrote:bac5665 wrote:Guys, a mediocre QB is going to win a Superbowl. That is very good for the NFL. Flacco will likely never be in the same class as Brady, Mannings, etc., and I don't care how good Caeppernick will be in a few years, he's mediocre this year. One way or another, a non-elite QB will take home the title this year, and that's really interesting.
I really don't have a dog in this but according to Bradshaw, coz I am too lazy to check & he gets paid:
1. Flacco has won more games than any QB since 2008.
2. Above said has won more playoff games than any other QB since 2008.
3. Above said has the highest completion % of all QB's with passes over 25 yds and "0" interceptions since 2008.
That sounds pretty good. I would take Flacco , Caeppernick, or even Kaepernick in 2 sec. and send Weeds/McCoy to where they belong .......Ariz/Jax/ or Buffalo.
See: Bolden, Anquan
It wasn't Flacco it was ^^^^^
The Patsies dropped the ball and the Crows didn't...The End
...and FUDU is correct...they should have run that old ass D into the ground with a hurry-up...instead Mumbles gave them Hope