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The Baltimore Ravens move on in the NFL play-offs. Flacco must have taken a shot of the Ray Lewis Adrenalin before taking the field in the Mile High City. Flacco performed like the quarterback he always wanted to be. The Ravens played the Broncos like they were in the hunt for a super bowl title for the Ray Lewis going away party. They were able to capitalize on a couple of Manning interceptions and they were able to play one of the best offense games Flacco has played this season.
Flacco threw for 331 yards and 3 touchdowns. He didn’t create an interception by making any bad decisions and he was able to get the Ravens down the field and into the end-zone to force an overtime when he had to do it to extend the play off life of his team. Flacco looked like the kind of quarterback that can bring a supper bowl win the the Baltimore Ravens. I have to admit this was a Joe Flacco I didn’t think existed.
The Baltimore Ravens are going to be difficult to stop if the same Flacco continues to show up each week. Ray Lewis just might be able to go out on the top of the world with his hands on the ultimate prize, the super bowl trophy. The Ravens are getting closer each week…..
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That was quick.
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