Stock in Joe Flacco Inc. will never be higher.
Fresh off a Super Bowl MVP award, suddenly perception of the Ravens' perpetually average quarterback has changed.
The two articles both point out the same essential truth. There's just not much difference between Schaub and Flacco. While Flacco has a bigger arm, his accuracy has always been an issue until the last month.
It's important not to overreact to what was a fantastic month for Flacco. Nothing he did in the last four games bears any resemblance to how he normally plays. He's shown no penchant for playing well in playoff games before this season.
Basically, Flacco is an average quarterback who got hot for a month. He's the modern version of Phil Simms in 1986.
While Schaub didn't play up to his normal standards over the final six or seven games, there's no reason to assume he's out of Flacco's league. If anything, Schaub had a better regular season and pulled off as many dramatics as Flacco did.
One guy caught fire at the right time and the other guy faded. Other than that, there's not much difference between the two.
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