Dynasty Rankings in The Shark Pool (NFL Talk) Posted February 4, 2013 · Edited February 4, 2013 by SSOG Edit: just noticed the edits you added to my original post. Games 4 and 5 both came in his second postseason. Flacco was not hurt- he played every snap for his team in both games, and had all but 9 of his team's pass attempts during the regular season, including all of them from week 15 on. He wasn't hurt, although I can see why you thought he was, because the mind boggles at the thought of an NFL QB playing an entire game and only accumulating 34 yards. Luckily, his team still scored 33 points because they had 4 takeaways and 234 rushing yards. And, of course, the lights out play of Joe Flacco, making the plays he had to make to win that game- which in this case, was "absolutely nothing".Expanding on that New England game, here are Baltimore's drives for the day:83 yards, TD17 yards, TD-1 yards, punt25 yards, TD0 yards, FG10 yards, int1 yard, punt22 yards, end of half8 yards, punt18 yards, FG52 yards, TD31 yards, puntThat 83 yard "drive" was one play long- a Ray Rice run. Then Baltimore didn't have another drive over 25 yards until the 4th quarter, by which time they had put 27 points on the board because the defense kept giving them the ball in great field position. Flacco had 9 passing yards and 0 rushing yards at the beginning of the 4th quarter, yet his team had 27 points. And he gets credited with a "win" for that game, while Russell Wilson had 385 passing, 60 rushing, and 3 TDs against Atlanta but gets the "loss" because his defense couldn't stop a FG. Which perfectly illustrates why wins and losses are the stupidest, most asinine QB stats in NFL history.Edit: the Jets gave Sanchez that idiotic extension because he was one of 5 QBs with 30 wins in his first 3 years. Again- QB wins. I really cannot overemphasize just how stupid of a stat it is, especially when used to evaluate QBs who have been paired with exceptionally good or exceptionally bad defenses.