- 02/04/2013, 04:14AM ET
PCH-LEH GO HEAT! said 02/04, 04:14 AM
What else did he need, a rushing touchdown?
Hats off to Flacco for his remarkable post season, but, Jones broke the game wide open, not once, but twice.
tdbubba15 said 02/04, 11:36 AM
Sorry but you can't give it to a guy who made 2 plays the whole game. One of those plays was a pass from Flacco. so that play is 1/2 Flacco's credit. so he made 1-1/2 plays.
Flacco deserved it. 287 yards passing, 3 TD passes, and no turnovers.
And you can't break the game wide open twice with 2 TD's in a row. If he broke it open with his first TD how did he do it again with the next one? The game was already broken wide open with the first one. YOu can't break a game wide open TWICE like that.
PCH-LEH GO HEAT! said 02/04, 09:07 PM
Sorry but you can't give it to a guy who made 2 plays the whole game.
Try motherfkn 290 all purpose yards, a SUPERBOWL RECORD
Does Desmond Howard ring a bell with you?
Flacco 287 yards passing versus the 3rd string wide receiver and return specialist giving them 290 yards.
Both scores for Jacoby Jones were pivotal, right be4 the end of the first half, and right when the 2nd half began.
give me **** break..
they rewarded Joe Flacco for the post season as a whole, because Jones was more deserving last night by a hair on my chinny chin chin.
nice try, t-bubz
tdbubba15 said 02/06, 02:23 PM
Desmond Howards MVP was also a result of his post season. He was hot all post season and it continued into the SuperBowl.
Flacco played a great game, no mistakes and put the ball where it needed to be time after time.
I'm not denying Jones had a great game but the fact of the matter is you need to be a QB to get all the awards nowadays or in AP's exception, get over 2000 yards rushing. Thats just the way the league is these days.
PCH-LEH GO HEAT! said 02/06, 04:52 PM
Jones also became the first player in Super Bowl history to have a return touchdown and receiving touchdown in a Super Bowl.
Desmond Howard, when he won SB MVP, only had 244 yards all purpose yards, Jones 290.
courtesy of rantsports.com
Jones broke or tied four records. He leaves the game a Super Bowl Champion, but should have left with more.
tdbubba15 said 02/07, 03:04 PM
Desmond Howard Returns put GB in scoring position time and time again in a close battle. And his 98 yard return put the game out of reach. Each one was at a critical point in the game. big difference from a team that is up 21-6 vs 27-21. Desmond Howards return is a return that broke the other teams back. Not the case in Jones return.
Flacco kept the offense focused and threw critical 1st down passes time and time again. tossing 3 TD's and setting up 2 FG's. That was much more productive IMO.
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