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  • DevilSpawn
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    Think Elway takes a chance?

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  • TommyBrady12
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    In swoops Belichick...

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  • DwhitetheGamer
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    Well this thread aged poorly.

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  • 58Miller
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    Originally posted by DevilSpawn View Post
    Who's comparing Flacco to Carr? You are. You're using Carr as a benchmark for Flacco's success, an argument that you popped out of thin air. That's the problem with you Broncos fans. You put words in our mouths to hype up your side of the story. Not once did I bring up, mention or make this a Carr vs Flacco debate. It's almost as if you're trying to convince yourself that Flacco isn't his early career form. No one is denying he's good. But few is saying he's the answer.

    But if you want SOME comparison to make you happy, Flacco is 1-2 vs. Carr head to head. And there's a good chance that two of those Raider teams ('15, '17) are worse than this current one or at worse, even par with those two teams. Sadly, the "biggest stage" hasn't helped Flacco's record vs. Carr.
    Of course your not because Carr and Flacco are very similar if you compare them last year.

    And you’d have to give up on your season. But like me your hoping your Qb rebounds.
    Flacco be aiming to tie up him and Carr’s head to head week 1.
    Last edited by 58Miller; 08-26-2019, 01:55 PM.

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  • DevilSpawn
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    Originally posted by 58Miller View Post
    Flacco averages 23.6 pts a game last year with Denver’s defense that is a enough to win some games. His ability to stand tall in the pocket and push the ball downfield is what will propel us into a playoff run, not to forget our two headed backfield that carried the teams offense last year, now they have a Qb.

    I’m not worried about the Pats fans having material, they scream 6 rings over and over but dont have an explanation why their team and all their Rings are 1-4 all time vs Denver.

    Their is no comparison to Carr and Flacco.
    Flacco has won on the biggest stage. Flacco also has dealt with injuries hurting his play but that’s something you only wanna use for Carr right.
    Funny to think Flacco won 4 games last year and only played in 9, Carr won 4 out of 16.
    But Flacco is done put a fork in him and this is the season Carr carries the Raiders!!
    Carr threw 19 tds in 16 games last year Flacco 12 in 9 games. I don’t see what makes you think Carr is the superior Qb.
    Who's comparing Flacco to Carr? You are. You're using Carr as a benchmark for Flacco's success, an argument that you popped out of thin air. That's the problem with you Broncos fans. You put words in our mouths to hype up your side of the story. Not once did I bring up, mention or make this a Carr vs Flacco debate. It's almost as if you're trying to convince yourself that Flacco isn't his early career form. No one is denying he's good. But few is saying he's the answer.

    But if you want SOME comparison to make you happy, Flacco is 1-2 vs. Carr head to head. And there's a good chance that two of those Raider teams ('15, '17) are worse than this current one or at worse, even par with those two teams. Sadly, the "biggest stage" hasn't helped Flacco's record vs. Carr.

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  • 58Miller
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    Originally posted by DevilSpawn View Post
    Yet they're still on their respective teams and walking Hall of Famers. That was a funny one.


    Now we're eliminating half the league... even though you named an NFC quarterback who won one in that time frame.

    At this point, you're just blindly posting stats.

    Your comparisons to Carr and the Raiders isn't making your point and it isn't even insulting my fandom for my team because it comes off as info yelled from a high chair. You keep saying your blank blank is better than my blank blank, but it's so empty that it defeats your purpose. You're not saying why Flacco will lead the Broncos to the Super Bowl or why the Ravens made a mistake trading him, aka not wanting him anymore (remember Corey Liuget). You're just saying he's a Super Bowl MVP that's more accomplished than Carr, better than half the league or maybe Aaron Rodgers or Big Ben... oh wait you guys beat Big Ben in Denver but wait it wasn't with Flacco but he still won a Super Bowl in 2012 so that makes him better in 2018 because Derek Carr hasn't won a playoff game.

    That's you.

    But here's another thing. You diss Tom Brady all the live long day because he lost twice in the AFC Championship in Denver... but you used his name to hype up Flacco.

    Now he's where your argument will get comical. Since you mentioned Tom Brady, are you talking about all 4 of his MVPs which includes the 2 he won before Manning won his, or just his last two? Be careful, the Pats fans will see this and can use it against you. I know I would if I was given the luxury (oh wait Carr hasn't done a thing I almost forgot!). It's a chess move and I'm already on my next two.

    Step away from the checkers board and join me in a game of chess. Your next move is why Flacco will lead Denver to the Super Bowl this year.
    Flacco averages 23.6 pts a game last year with Denver’s defense that is a enough to win some games. His ability to stand tall in the pocket and push the ball downfield is what will propel us into a playoff run, not to forget our two headed backfield that carried the teams offense last year, now they have a Qb.

    I’m not worried about the Pats fans having material, they scream 6 rings over and over but dont have an explanation why their team and all their Rings are 1-4 all time vs Denver.

    Their is no comparison to Carr and Flacco.
    Flacco has won on the biggest stage. Flacco also has dealt with injuries hurting his play but that’s something you only wanna use for Carr right.
    Funny to think Flacco won 4 games last year and only played in 9, Carr won 4 out of 16.
    But Flacco is done put a fork in him and this is the season Carr carries the Raiders!!
    Carr threw 19 tds in 16 games last year Flacco 12 in 9 games. I don’t see what makes you think Carr is the superior Qb.
    Last edited by 58Miller; 08-26-2019, 04:52 AM.

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  • DevilSpawn
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    It's late on the East Coast. I'll be back later. Ciao.

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  • Al Wilson 4 Mayor
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    Originally posted by DevilSpawn View Post
    Everyone says this but Tony Dungy's defense didn't get Tony Dungy a Super Bowl. It's amazing how nearly everyone ignores that his offense got him 31 offensive points in 4 playoff games. :doh:


    Heey! Good for him. :clap: :clap:

    Quick question. How did this help him the last 4 years? I'm asking because Eli Manning is a two time Super Bowl MVP and is currently on a Joe Flacco-esque path out of New York, Just wondering.

    Bonus question. What does Carr not playing in a postseason game (due to injury) have to do with anything about Flacco and the above bonus question?
    Brad Johnson was a much better quarterback than Trent Dilfer.

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  • DevilSpawn
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    Originally posted by 58Miller View Post
    Your QB and team hasn’t done anything since 2002, my qb won it in 2012 and my team 2015, we.can win again, meanwhile your QBs has never won.
    People still see Aaron Rodgers, and Big Ben as threats,
    Yet they're still on their respective teams and walking Hall of Famers. That was a funny one.

    Originally posted by 58Miller View Post
    Flacco is the last AFC QB to win not named Peyton or Brady
    Now we're eliminating half the league... even though you named an NFC quarterback who won one in that time frame.

    At this point, you're just blindly posting stats.

    Your comparisons to Carr and the Raiders isn't making your point and it isn't even insulting my fandom for my team because it comes off as info yelled from a high chair. You keep saying your blank blank is better than my blank blank, but it's so empty that it defeats your purpose. You're not saying why Flacco will lead the Broncos to the Super Bowl or why the Ravens made a mistake trading him, aka not wanting him anymore (remember Corey Liuget). You're just saying he's a Super Bowl MVP that's more accomplished than Carr, better than half the league or maybe Aaron Rodgers or Big Ben... oh wait you guys beat Big Ben in Denver but wait it wasn't with Flacco but he still won a Super Bowl in 2012 so that makes him better in 2018 because Derek Carr hasn't won a playoff game.

    That's you.

    But here's another thing. You diss Tom Brady all the live long day because he lost twice in the AFC Championship in Denver... but you used his name to hype up Flacco.

    Now he's where your argument will get comical. Since you mentioned Tom Brady, are you talking about all 4 of his MVPs which includes the 2 he won before Manning won his, or just his last two? Be careful, the Pats fans will see this and can use it against you. I know I would if I was given the luxury (oh wait Carr hasn't done a thing I almost forgot!). It's a chess move and I'm already on my next two.

    Step away from the checkers board and join me in a game of chess. Your next move is why Flacco will lead Denver to the Super Bowl this year.
    Last edited by DevilSpawn; 08-25-2019, 09:45 PM.

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  • 58Miller
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    Originally posted by DevilSpawn View Post
    How does this argument help Flacco?? Remember, this is YOUR argument for YOUR quarterback.

    This is what I'm seeing from you now.



    Take a breath and note the positives of Flacco being on the Broncos. Remember. He's the answer. That's what you're trying to convince us. You adding the Carr comparison took you 2 steps back.

    And since I'm in the "what if Carr didn't get hurt" mode, that little smack filler swung and missed.

    But back on topic of this thread. Antonio Brown lost a helmet but gained some $$$. He'll be ready week 1.
    Your QB and team hasn’t done anything since 2002, my qb won it in 2012 and my team 2015, we.can win again, meanwhile your QBs has never won.
    People still see Aaron Rodgers, and Big Ben as threats, Flacco is the last AFC QB to win not named Peyton or Brady

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  • DevilSpawn
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    Originally posted by 58Miller View Post
    Flacco has won the same amount of postseason games as Carr last 4 years.
    How does this argument help Flacco?? Remember, this is YOUR argument for YOUR quarterback.

    This is what I'm seeing from you now.



    Take a breath and note the positives of Flacco being on the Broncos. Remember. He's the answer. That's what you're trying to convince us. You adding the Carr comparison took you 2 steps back.

    And since I'm in the "what if Carr didn't get hurt" mode, that little smack filler swung and missed.

    But back on topic of this thread. Antonio Brown lost a helmet but gained some $$$. He'll be ready week 1.

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  • 58Miller
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    Originally posted by DevilSpawn View Post
    Everyone says this but Tony Dungy's defense didn't get Tony Dungy a Super Bowl. It's amazing how nearly everyone ignores that his offense got him 31 offensive points in 4 playoff games. :doh:


    Heey! Good for him. :clap: :clap:

    Quick question. How did this help him the last 4 years? I'm asking because Eli Manning is a two time Super Bowl MVP and is currently on a Joe Flacco-esque path out of New York, Just wondering.

    Bonus question. What does Carr not playing in a postseason game (due to injury) have to do with anything about Flacco and the above bonus question?
    Flacco has won the same amount of postseason games as Carr last 4 years.

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  • DevilSpawn
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    Originally posted by 58Miller View Post
    Good for you bud!!!! I’m remember when Tony Dungy's defense got that Super Bowl for Chucky!!!
    Everyone says this but Tony Dungy's defense didn't get Tony Dungy a Super Bowl. It's amazing how nearly everyone ignores that his offense got him 31 offensive points in 4 playoff games. :doh:

    Originally posted by 58Miller View Post
    Flacco beat Peyton and Brady to win a SB. Carr still hasn’t played in a postseason game.
    Heey! Good for him. :clap: :clap:

    Quick question. How did this help him the last 4 years? I'm asking because Eli Manning is a two time Super Bowl MVP and is currently on a Joe Flacco-esque path out of New York, Just wondering.

    Bonus question. What does Carr not playing in a postseason game (due to injury) have to do with anything about Flacco and the above bonus question?

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  • 58Miller
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    Originally posted by DevilSpawn View Post




    Well if Flacco still played like one, he'd be a Raven now wouldn't he.

    You know who else has 2 Super Bowl MVPs on their team? The Patriots. I'm going to take an OJ and say you're not the Patriots.

    Having 2 Super Bowl MVPs on your 53 man roster of is like having 4 Super Bowl MVPs on your 53 man roster: The others need to step up.

    It's like me saying we have a Super Bowl winning head coach on the sidelines.
    Good for you bud!!!! I’m remember when Tony Dungy's defense got that Super Bowl for Chucky!!!
    Flacco beat Peyton and Brady to win a SB. Carr still hasn’t played in a postseason game.

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  • DevilSpawn
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    Originally posted by 58Miller View Post
    We traded for Joe Flacco. A Superbowl mvp
    You got any of those on your roster?
    We got two😉




    Well if Flacco still played like one, he'd be a Raven now wouldn't he.

    You know who else has 2 Super Bowl MVPs on their team? The Patriots. I'm going to take an OJ and say you're not the Patriots.

    Having 2 Super Bowl MVPs on your 53 man roster of is like having 4 Super Bowl MVPs on your 53 man roster: The others need to step up.

    It's like me saying we have a Super Bowl winning head coach on the sidelines.

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