Baltimore Ravens: The Future of the Ring of Honor

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Jan 10, 2015; Foxborough, MA, USA; Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco (5) celebrates after the Ravens

Joe Flacco

When it is all said and done, Joe Flacco will go down as the greatest quarterback in the history of the Ravens. Best part yet, he still has plenty of years left to add on to his legacy in Baltimore.

Flacco is already the franchise leader in wins and every major statistical passing category. He set the record for most wins in a season by a rookie quarterback with 13, and was named the 2008 Rookie of the Year. He was the first quarterback to ever win a playoff game in his first five seasons.

His most memorable moment is undoubtably his performance in the playoffs leading up the Ravens Super Bowl win. Flacco threw 11 touchdowns and no interceptions, tying a record held by Joe Montana.

More importantly, the Ravens have just two Super Bowl MVP in the history of the franchise. One is held by a man named Ray. The other? Joe Cool.

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