Flacco MVP...But Bolden Should Have Been

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    Flacco MVP...But Bolden Should Have Been

         Joe Flacco played well...but Anquan Boldin made a ton of big plays when needed. The 49ers had no answers for him...just as was the case with the Patriots, after Aqib Talib got hurt:  http://scores.espn.go.com/nfl/boxscore?gameId=330203025 

     
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    Flacco was the correct call.  And Boldin dropped an easy crossing pattern in the RZ that might have been his 2nd TD.    Flacco's numbers win SB MVP every time.

     
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    3 TD and 0 picks, Flacco has to get it...

     
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    Can't argue with that TexPat. The man demonstrated that he can go up and get the ball when closely covered and Joe knew where to throw it. He also knows when to get out of bounds.

    Keep up your good work.

     

     
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    Go back to SB 36, Brady got MVP....Realistically it should have been Antwoin Smith, he had a very quiet 92 yards rushing...

     
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    Tiebreaker goes to the QB.

     
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    Tiebreaker goes to the QB.




    There was no tie.  If Boldin doesn't drop an easy cross for a 1st down in the RZ they don't have to go for the fake FG.  He may have even scored.  MVPs don't drop passes like that.  Flacco was an easy MVP choice.

     
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    Tiebreaker goes to the QB.

     




    There was no tie.  If Boldin doesn't drop an easy cross for a 1st down in the RZ they don't have to go for the fake FG.  He may have even scored.  MVPs don't drop passes like that.  Flacco was an easy MVP choice.

     



    Tom Brady threw an INT in Super Bowl 37 in the endzone and still won MVP.

    1 dropped pass doesn't cost you an MVP

     
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    Tiebreaker goes to the QB.

     




    There was no tie.  If Boldin doesn't drop an easy cross for a 1st down in the RZ they don't have to go for the fake FG.  He may have even scored.  MVPs don't drop passes like that.  Flacco was an easy MVP choice.

     

     



    Tom Brady threw an INT in Super Bowl 37 in the endzone and still won MVP.

     

    1 dropped pass doesn't cost you an MVP




    Really??? Was Brady playing for Tampa because they won SB 37....

     
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    Tiebreaker goes to the QB.

     




    There was no tie.  If Boldin doesn't drop an easy cross for a 1st down in the RZ they don't have to go for the fake FG.  He may have even scored.  MVPs don't drop passes like that.  Flacco was an easy MVP choice.

     

     



    Tom Brady threw an INT in Super Bowl 37 in the endzone and still won MVP.

     

    1 dropped pass doesn't cost you an MVP

     




    Really??? Was Brady playing for Tampa because they won SB 37....

     



    Typo. Calm down. The two keys are right next to each other.

     
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    Tiebreaker goes to the QB.

     




    There was no tie.  If Boldin doesn't drop an easy cross for a 1st down in the RZ they don't have to go for the fake FG.  He may have even scored.  MVPs don't drop passes like that.  Flacco was an easy MVP choice.

     

     



    Tom Brady threw an INT in Super Bowl 37 in the endzone and still won MVP.

     

    1 dropped pass doesn't cost you an MVP




    I assume you mean SB 38.  Right?  The game when Brady threw for 354 yards (before the new PI rules).  Tell me who your MVP would have been.  This should be good.

     
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    Tiebreaker goes to the QB.

     




    There was no tie.  If Boldin doesn't drop an easy cross for a 1st down in the RZ they don't have to go for the fake FG.  He may have even scored.  MVPs don't drop passes like that.  Flacco was an easy MVP choice.

     

     



    Tom Brady threw an INT in Super Bowl 37 in the endzone and still won MVP.

     

    1 dropped pass doesn't cost you an MVP

     




    I assume you mean SB 38.  Right?  The game when Brady threw for 354 yards (before the new PI rules).  Tell me who your MVP would have been.  This should be good.

     



    This is just reinforcing what I said. You said MVP's don't make plays like a dropped pass. Pretty sure an INT is worse than a dropped pass.

    In other words, Boldin was worthy of an MVP despite his mistake...Just like Brady was worthy despite his mistake.

     
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    Tiebreaker goes to the QB.

     




    There was no tie.  If Boldin doesn't drop an easy cross for a 1st down in the RZ they don't have to go for the fake FG.  He may have even scored.  MVPs don't drop passes like that.  Flacco was an easy MVP choice.

     

     



    Tom Brady threw an INT in Super Bowl 37 in the endzone and still won MVP.

     

    1 dropped pass doesn't cost you an MVP

     




    I assume you mean SB 38.  Right?  The game when Brady threw for 354 yards (before the new PI rules).  Tell me who your MVP would have been.  This should be good.

     

     



    This is just reinforcing what I said. You said MVP's don't make plays like a dropped pass. Pretty sure an INT is worse than a dropped pass.

     

    In other words, Boldin was worthy of an MVP despite his mistake...Just like Brady was worthy despite his mistake.




    So you offered no other MVP for SB 38. 

    In this game Flacco made no serious mistake and passed for 3 TDs.  Boldin had a bad drop.  I'm sure it wasn't a close vote.

     
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    Tiebreaker goes to the QB.

     




    There was no tie.  If Boldin doesn't drop an easy cross for a 1st down in the RZ they don't have to go for the fake FG.  He may have even scored.  MVPs don't drop passes like that.  Flacco was an easy MVP choice.

     

     



    Tom Brady threw an INT in Super Bowl 37 in the endzone and still won MVP.

     

    1 dropped pass doesn't cost you an MVP

     




    I assume you mean SB 38.  Right?  The game when Brady threw for 354 yards (before the new PI rules).  Tell me who your MVP would have been.  This should be good.

     

     



    This is just reinforcing what I said. You said MVP's don't make plays like a dropped pass. Pretty sure an INT is worse than a dropped pass.

     

    In other words, Boldin was worthy of an MVP despite his mistake...Just like Brady was worthy despite his mistake.

     




    So you offered no other MVP for SB 38. 

     

    In this game Flacco made no serious mistake and passed for 3 TDs.  Boldin had a bad drop.  I'm sure it wasn't a close vote.



    Deion Branch had an MVP caliber game.

     
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    Tiebreaker goes to the QB.

     




    There was no tie.  If Boldin doesn't drop an easy cross for a 1st down in the RZ they don't have to go for the fake FG.  He may have even scored.  MVPs don't drop passes like that.  Flacco was an easy MVP choice.

     

     



    Tom Brady threw an INT in Super Bowl 37 in the endzone and still won MVP.

     

    1 dropped pass doesn't cost you an MVP

     




    I assume you mean SB 38.  Right?  The game when Brady threw for 354 yards (before the new PI rules).  Tell me who your MVP would have been.  This should be good.

     

     



    This is just reinforcing what I said. You said MVP's don't make plays like a dropped pass. Pretty sure an INT is worse than a dropped pass.

     

    In other words, Boldin was worthy of an MVP despite his mistake...Just like Brady was worthy despite his mistake.

     




    So you offered no other MVP for SB 38. 

     

    In this game Flacco made no serious mistake and passed for 3 TDs.  Boldin had a bad drop.  I'm sure it wasn't a close vote.

     



    Deion Branch had an MVP caliber game.

     




    I'll give you that.  He did.

     
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    Tiebreaker goes to the QB.

     




    There was no tie.  If Boldin doesn't drop an easy cross for a 1st down in the RZ they don't have to go for the fake FG.  He may have even scored.  MVPs don't drop passes like that.  Flacco was an easy MVP choice.

     

     



    Tom Brady threw an INT in Super Bowl 37 in the endzone and still won MVP.

     

    1 dropped pass doesn't cost you an MVP

     




    I assume you mean SB 38.  Right?  The game when Brady threw for 354 yards (before the new PI rules).  Tell me who your MVP would have been.  This should be good.

     

     



    This is just reinforcing what I said. You said MVP's don't make plays like a dropped pass. Pretty sure an INT is worse than a dropped pass.

     

    In other words, Boldin was worthy of an MVP despite his mistake...Just like Brady was worthy despite his mistake.

     




    So you offered no other MVP for SB 38. 

     

    In this game Flacco made no serious mistake and passed for 3 TDs.  Boldin had a bad drop.  I'm sure it wasn't a close vote.

     



    Deion Branch had an MVP caliber game.

     

     




    I'll give you that.  He did.

     



    Vrabel also had 2 sacks, a forced fumble, and a TD catch.

     

    But that's not my point. Point is, I thought Boldin made a ton of outstanding plays that made him a good candidate. One drop shouldn't take away all the good he did.

     
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    Tiebreaker goes to the QB.

     




    There was no tie.  If Boldin doesn't drop an easy cross for a 1st down in the RZ they don't have to go for the fake FG.  He may have even scored.  MVPs don't drop passes like that.  Flacco was an easy MVP choice.

     

     



    Tom Brady threw an INT in Super Bowl 37 in the endzone and still won MVP.

     

    1 dropped pass doesn't cost you an MVP

     




    I assume you mean SB 38.  Right?  The game when Brady threw for 354 yards (before the new PI rules).  Tell me who your MVP would have been.  This should be good.

     

     



    This is just reinforcing what I said. You said MVP's don't make plays like a dropped pass. Pretty sure an INT is worse than a dropped pass.

     

    In other words, Boldin was worthy of an MVP despite his mistake...Just like Brady was worthy despite his mistake.

     




    So you offered no other MVP for SB 38. 

     

    In this game Flacco made no serious mistake and passed for 3 TDs.  Boldin had a bad drop.  I'm sure it wasn't a close vote.

     



    Deion Branch had an MVP caliber game.

     

     




    I'll give you that.  He did.

     

     



    Vrabel also had 2 sacks, a forced fumble, and a TD catch.

     

     

    But that's not my point. Point is, I thought Boldin made a ton of outstanding plays that made him a good candidate. One drop shouldn't take away all the good he did.




    As of right now an ESPN poll has Flacco as the correct MVP by 72% of fans without even naming anyone else.  IOW against the rest of the field.  

    http://espn.go.com/sportsnation/post/_/id/8912341/joe-flacco-mvp-performance

     

     

     
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    Tiebreaker goes to the QB.

     




    There was no tie.  If Boldin doesn't drop an easy cross for a 1st down in the RZ they don't have to go for the fake FG.  He may have even scored.  MVPs don't drop passes like that.  Flacco was an easy MVP choice.

     

     



    Tom Brady threw an INT in Super Bowl 37 in the endzone and still won MVP.

     

    1 dropped pass doesn't cost you an MVP

     




    I assume you mean SB 38.  Right?  The game when Brady threw for 354 yards (before the new PI rules).  Tell me who your MVP would have been.  This should be good.

     

     



    This is just reinforcing what I said. You said MVP's don't make plays like a dropped pass. Pretty sure an INT is worse than a dropped pass.

     

    In other words, Boldin was worthy of an MVP despite his mistake...Just like Brady was worthy despite his mistake.

     




    So you offered no other MVP for SB 38. 

     

    In this game Flacco made no serious mistake and passed for 3 TDs.  Boldin had a bad drop.  I'm sure it wasn't a close vote.

     



    Deion Branch had an MVP caliber game.

     

     




    I'll give you that.  He did.

     

     



    Vrabel also had 2 sacks, a forced fumble, and a TD catch.

     

     

    But that's not my point. Point is, I thought Boldin made a ton of outstanding plays that made him a good candidate. One drop shouldn't take away all the good he did.

     




    As of right now an ESPN poll has Flacco as the correct MVP by 72% of fans without even naming anyone else.  IOW against the rest of the field.  

     

    http://espn.go.com/sportsnation/post/_/id/8912341/joe-flacco-mvp-performance

     

     



    I never said Flacco didn't deserve the MVP. I said Boldin was MVP caliber and was tied with Flacco...so by transitive property I thought Flacco was MVP caliber too.

    I have no problem with Flacco winning it, he played great. But I do believe in a tie situation, a QB will always win. I don't know who voted, but I do know it's open to the fans...and casual fans are more likely to recognize a QB over a WR

     
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    I thought Flacco was the right choice. The guy played lights out all playoffs. No pun intended...

     
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    Bolden played great but Flacco was the MVP. All the Ravens receivers made big plays, not just Bolden. Flacco got it done. 

     
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    I think you can make a solid argument for Bolden but I can't quarrel with Flacco being MVP of that game.  

     
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    It's a team game.  Hard (and maybe stupid) to pick one guy.  

     
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    The LB Bowman was there to make the play. Like Simms said, it would have made it 5 yards closer to score. I've never seen two such physical TEs in a SB like this. Davis being the other.

     
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    I just thank god Ray Lewis did not win it!!! Talk about a guy who did nothing the whole game IMHO.

     
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    People also forget what Jones did in that game. That deserves some credit. Flacco is the MVP though.

     
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