Joe Flacco and the 5 Worst QBs on Good NFL Teams

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Joe Flacco and the 5 Worst QBs on Good NFL Teams
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Sunday's matchup between the Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals will propel the winner into a first-place tie with the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC North.

While the Ravens are most likely going to win, it definitely isn't going to be because of the strong arm, pinpoint accuracy and decision-making of Joe Flacco.

Flacco has been the very definition of mediocrity since taking over the starting quarterback role for the Ravens in 2008.

He had a solid 2010, but he's back to his old ways in 2011.  Flacco currently has a 75.6 rating and is completing just 54.8 percent of his passes.

He's settled into the ultimate Trent Dilfer-type role.  He does his best not to lose games, but he certainly doesn't win them either.

Flacco is one of the most glaring examples of bad quarterbacks on good teams, but let's take a look around the league and identify five more signal-callers whose teams are winning despite their subpar abilities.

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