Originally posted on Fox Sports  |  Last updated 1/21/13
Many people, myself included, scoffed at Joe Flacco when he suggested he was not only a top-five quarterback in the NFL, but the best overall. Well, he definitely isn't the best, and he still isn't in my top five, but it is about time he gets the recognition he deserves. Since entering the league in 2008, Joe Flacco has not just made the playoffs every season, but he has won at least one playoff game in each of those five seasons. There is only one other quarterback in the history of the league to even start a playoff game in each of his first five seasons, let alone win one each year. Flacco has an 8-4 postseason record and those eights wins are the most in the NFL over the span of his five-year career. With the win on Sunday, Flacco has now won six career road playoff games -- the most in league history. That is amazing considering he isn't even halfway through his career. Keep in mind, if not for a Lee Evans' drop in last year's AFC Championship Game this would be back-to-back ...
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