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Kind of sums it up...


If you wanted a statistic to accurately summarize the quarterback play in Sunday's win over Baltimore, that statistic would essentially say, "Carson Palmer was bad, but Joe Flacco was worse." I think I found that statistic (I hope nobody has mentioned it in one of the open threads; if so, my bad).

Consider the following: Palmer was just 16 for 35, while Flacco threw four interceptions to the Cincinnati defense.

Result: 20 percent (one-fifth) of the passes caught by Bengals Sunday were thrown by Joe Flacco. Sort of sums up the passing game for both teams, doesn't it?

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