Found October 19, 2012 on Football Extra Points:
The Ravens do not have an elite QB in Joe Flacco.  I've been saying that for the last few season about Flacco.  However, this season he is starting to show that he can be a solid QB.  He's far from elite but I'll give him credit, he is producing.  Let's see if he can continue it into the post season. Before the season started I predicted each teams record, the playoff picture and Superbowl. Now that we're reaching the half way point, it's time to update these prediction Here was my last AFC playoff prediction: New England, Pittsburgh, Houston, Denver, Buffalo and Baltimore AFC Championship - Houston over New England. Here's a look at each of their seasons so far: New England - The Patriots are playing solid football all around this season. The biggest difference is their running game. When the Pats have had a real running game they've been very effective on offense. I like what they're doing with their two backs. The defense is playing g...
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