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Ravens Quarterback Joe Flacco Featured on Sports Illustrated Cover
I think the football gods are playing a cruel joke on Dorky Joe.
Hopefully week after Kap gets the cover and #4 comes back to Foxborough :rocker:
Not sure who's more overrated. Kaepernick or Flacco
Chance to rewrite his legacy?
More like footnote.
Special Unibrow Issue?
Special inside content:
Game Over! Last time Wilfork was on the SI cover, we lost the game. There's always next year.
Oh baby this weekend is setting up perfectly
With each passing day I grow more and more confident in a Patriot ROMP.
LOVE how the media is pumping up the Ravens. Please please please keep it coming mediots. Joe Flacco is the greatest thing since sliced bread....Ray Ray cannot be denied his destiny.....that Raven D is such an inspiration after that historic game against Peyton MVP Manning ......I LOVE THIS!!!
So does Bill Belichick......as Tom Brady quietly but intensely prepares to make amends for 2 very subpar playoff performances against these Ravens.
More confident than ever that Tom Brady, playing with a major but quiet chip on his shoulder, is going to have a monster game on Sunday.
Do not insult Kaepernick with a Joe Flacco comparison. Colin Kaepernick is the real deal. That kid is scary good right now. Imagine when he gets some experience. Yikes!! Everyone talks about Luck and RGIII. In the end this kid may end up having the best career.
so who cares
honestly when i first saw that i thought it was photoshopped as a joke. wow talk about pressure.
There are times during the year, for example during the NCAA men's basketball tournament in March, when SI has different covers of the same issue for different parts of the U.S. Wonder if this is one of them.
They still print SI? Do people still read it?
People only read the swimsuit issues. The regular ones are for picture viewing.
May the SI Kiss of Death be with you.
Update: supposedly there are 2 covers: Kaepernick in the western US and Flacco in the east.
Or he could get wiped out like RG3 by running so often. QB's that run a lot tend to get hurt more. I haven't seen all that much of Kap, but he doesn't look like a "slide to avoid the hit" type either. Could be a spectacular, albeit short, career
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