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The ink has barely dried on the record breaking contract that Joe Flacco signed on Monday with the Baltimore Ravens and there is already talk about how this deal will affect the contract Aaron Rodgers eventually signs with the Green Bay Packers. After a sluggish regular season, Flacco showed he is well worth the 6-year $120 million contract he was rewarded with earlier this week, after a magical postseason run that saw the former Delaware quarterback beat the likes of Tom Brady and Peyton Manning, while throwing 11 touchdowns and no interceptions on a cinderella run to a Super Bowl title. While Flacco was certainly worthy of the contract he was given by the Ravens, there can be no doubt that Rodgers deserves even more from the Packers. The Flacco-Rodgers comparison actually is a good one to make. Both players became full-time starters in 2008 and have since led their respective teams to Super Bowl championships, while each collecting Super Bowl MVP honors. While no one could realist...
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