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View Poll Results: Which QB has the better season?

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  • Flacco

    8 25.00%
  • Eli

    18 56.25%
  • They will both be Bad

    6 18.75%
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    Who Bounces back and has the better season?

    Flacco or Eli

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    Who Bounces back and has the better season?

    Flacco

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    Eli.

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    Eli.
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    Eli, I just don't think Flacco is any good. He had one fluke playoff run and that's it.



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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBigCheese12 View Post
    Eli, I just don't think Flacco is any good. He had one fluke playoff run and that's it.
    Can't u say the same about Eli?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgthegame1982 View Post
    Can't u say the same about Eli?
    I didn't say it wasn't close. But i do think Eli is better than Flacco, he also has better weapons as well.



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    Quote Originally Posted by jgthegame1982 View Post
    Can't u say the same about Eli?
    He had 2.


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    Eli

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    Who Bounces back and has the better season?

    Eli

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    Eli.

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    Easily Eli. Flacco just sucks.

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    Eli if they can provide him more protection up front and run the ball.


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    Not sure, Eli has been the wildly inconsistent one. You could about pen Flacco down before this year for 22 TD's 11 picks and 3600 yards. He wasn't a great QB by any means, but more of a model of consistency at being a little above average than anyone else.

    Eli though, you don't know if he's going to lead the league in INT's or 4th quarter comeback wins. He is kind of all over the place.

    Both need a running game. Eli's was bad, 29th in yards, 21st in TD's and 30th in YPA. The only one worse if you asked me was Flacco's (30th, 28th, and 32nd respectively).

    Neither had great weapons, but I would put Cruz, Nicks, Meyers, and Randle as better than Torrey Smith and company.

    To me it depends a lot on these teams off-seasons. If Balt goes into next year thinking that last year was a fluke for Rice, well things could be just as bad if it was old age for a small back who took a lot of hits in his career. Or if NY doesn't find a starting caliber back (or help their offensive line)... I think Eli is the best bet to have a great year, but Flacco is the best bet to have a good year.

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