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GDT Week 7: Baltimore Ravens vs New Orleans Saints

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3 hours ago, DreamKid said:

Flacco's conversation with Mark Andrews in that Wired Clip was interesting. It's easy to forget that Brown, Crabtree, Snead, Andrews, and Hurst are ALL 1st year players with the offense. We're watching them work out their chemistry with Joe every week. During the Titans game Rich Gannon pulled up a graphic showing the Big 3's(Brown-Crabtree-Snead) production and talked about how this is the most a group of pass catchers has produced with a new QB & Team since the 2007 Patriots

Flacco is still a bad quarterback though, batted balls etc.

We don't have to crown Flacco, we know what he is, but it is also stupid to not recognize what he can do and has done for most of his careers.  Him being healthier and having just decent and reliable protection and receivers/tight ends shows that he is the above average quarterback everyone is so fast to label him as.

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3 hours ago, DreamKid said:

Baldy's tweets on the game this week are beautiful

Its a shame that his videos are so amateurish in their quality, because what he says in his analysis - particularly about line play - is really good

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Look how much Flacco doesn't care at all. He has absolutely no fire and doesn't care whether we win or lose. Just look at that Lamar Jackson touchdown, you can simply see how disgruntled he is. He absolutely hates it.

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53 minutes ago, Danand said:

Look how much Flacco doesn't care at all. He has absolutely no fire and doesn't care whether we win or lose. Just look at that Lamar Jackson touchdown, you can simply see how disgruntled he is. He absolutely hates it.

lol what? how can you watch that and say hes disgruntled. Keep grasping at straws bro

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one vid does not prove anything about Flacco just like single game stats doesnt. you expect him to just keep his mouth shut when being mic'ed up? cmon. 

everybody has his own narrative to fit things into i guess. 

just imagine him getting a second Lombardi to Baltimore. he'd be more discussed for a potential HOF entry than Eli i guess. 

 

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It's not really a secret that Joe doesn't show emotion. But, on the potential tying TD to John Brown, you can certainly see him getting hyped. The narrative that he doesn't show emotion ever is false, and the narrative that he actually does is also false.

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Joe is even keel and thats a good thing and a bad thing. It’s why he he’s clutch... big moments don’t effect him as much because the importance of them is minimized. That’s why he can have a run of 11 TDs and 0 ints in a playoff run. The opposite is also true. It’s why our offense can come into a game completely uninspired for high levels of dominance, because Joe is complacent with just playing his game.

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