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7. Joe Flacco
While he is sometimes considering a polarizing Quarterback, and there have been many who have debated as to whether he is elite or not, Joe Flacco did lead the Ravens to a Super Bowl win (where he was named the MVP) and has put up really good numbers while doing it. Flacco would play Quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens from 2008 to 2018 where he would play 163 Games with 212 Touchdown Passes with 38,245 Yards

The cool as a cucumber pivot may never have been named to the Pro Bowl but he was certainly in the running for a couple and he holds all the big franchise records for a QB.  Flacco lost his job to the spectacular, Lamar Jackson, and he left the team with 38,245 Passing Yards and 212 Touchdown Passes.

The Bullet Points

  • Position: Quarterback
  • Acquired: Drafted in the 1st Round, 18th Pick, 4/26/08.
  • Departed: Traded to the Denver Broncos for a 2019 4th Round Pick (which would be Justice Hill) 3/13/19
  • Games Played: 163
  • Notable Statistics: 163 Games Started
    3,499 Pass Completions
    5,670 Pass Attempts
    61.7% Pass Completion Percentage
    38,245 Passing Yards
    212 Touchdown Passes
    136 Interceptions
    84.1 Passer Rating Rating
    245 Rushing Attempts
    811 Rushing Yards
    16 Rushing Touchdowns
    2 Receptions
    35 Receiving Yards
    113 Approximate Value

    15 Playoff Games
    253 Pass Completions
    447 Pass Attempts
    56.6% Pass Completion Percentage
    3,223 Passing Yards
    25 Touchdown Passes
    10 Interceptions
    88.6 Passer Rating Rating
    50 Rushing Attempts
    87 Rushing Yards
    11 Rushing Touchdown
  • Major Accolades and Awards: Super Bowl Champion XLVII
    Super Bowl MVP (XLVI)
Last modified on Saturday, 14 May 2022 21:05

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0 #1 jkay 2019-12-11 22:53
Flacco went to Delaware
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