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    Player of the Game - 9/10 vs. Bengals



    For me it's Joe Flacco. Great pre-snap reads, barking out line signals, checking into better plays and smooth, commanding execution. Looks like Joe has taken the next step. As several of my mates mentioned while we were watching the game in my buddy's sports bar, he reminded us of Peyton Manning.

    Any other thoughts anyone?
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    Re: Player of the Game - 9/10 vs. Bengals

    Has to be Flacco, and it's not even close.

    Plenty of players had good/great games, but Flacco played the best, and he plays the most important position.




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    Re: Player of the Game - 9/10 vs. Bengals

    Definitely Flacco. He was putting balls on the money, in some tight windows at times. His command of the offense is definitely very Peyton-like.




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    Re: Player of the Game - 9/10 vs. Bengals

    It's a competition for second place.

    Haloti Ngata, or maybe Michael Oher if you want to go offense.
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    Re: Player of the Game - 9/10 vs. Bengals

    If someone gives an answerother than Flacco for the #1 spot, I want whatever it is you're smoking.
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    Re: Player of the Game - 9/10 vs. Bengals

    Quote Originally Posted by bmoreravengirl View Post
    If someone gives an answerother than Flacco for the #1 spot, I want whatever it is you're smoking.




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    Re: Player of the Game - 9/10 vs. Bengals

    Quote Originally Posted by bmoreravengirl View Post
    If someone gives an answerother than Flacco for the #1 spot, I want whatever it is you're smoking.
    Heap86 will probably say it was someone else




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    Re: Player of the Game - 9/10 vs. Bengals

    Quote Originally Posted by festivus View Post
    It's a competition for second place.

    Haloti Ngata, or maybe Michael Oher if you want to go offense.
    Yep, Haloti is Ngata be denied. You'll see him in the backfield often IMO. And Yes Michael played a solid game tonight.
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    Re: Player of the Game - 9/10 vs. Bengals

    Obviously Joe, but Oher was a decent shout. Put it this way, anytime we don't hear his name all day, he would have done his part well




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    For me, it's Flacco for obvious reasons.

    My honorable mention would be Ray Lewis -- 12 tackles and a sack.
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    Re: Player of the Game - 9/10 vs. Bengals

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    For me, it's Flacco for obvious reasons.

    My honorable mention would be Ray Lewis -- 12 tackles and a sack.
    I forgot to add that stat along with the forced fumble!




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    Re: Player of the Game - 9/10 vs. Bengals

    Flacco for me then great points above on Oher and the O line. I also thought Pollard was great, all over the place and Webbs did his thing, making plays (FR).

    Anyone else thing lil Ray needed to keep running that slant when Joe almost threw that early pick? I thought he stopped short and that is why that one looked off.

    What a game! What a star to the season!




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