I meant in general not a break down. Both adapted to their divisions. I've seen Ryan hold onto the ball for a long time too. Flacco can't roll out most of the time a) he's not as mobile and b) he'd be k!lled considering the defenses he plays. As far as the hurry up and calling plays at the line they both can do it. That's pretty much on their OC. Anyway, I meant in general they're the same, above average w/ upside. I was more so going off Veno's post. If I had to start a team with either it wouldn't matter in the long run, is what I'm saying.
lol...you've seen him hold the ball too long, but that's an anomaly...it's not the norm. I've seen Sanchez throw a perfect strike to Braylon before, doesn't mean he does it all the time. Flacco is more mobile than Ryan...he just has a different playing style. about calling plays...I don't know why everybody thinks any QB in the league can do it. it's not something that's easy...the hurry up and the no huddle are different things...people need to understand that.
but if you're saying they have the same upside...eh...I've always thought Flacco's ceiling was WAY higher. Flacco could be a poor man's Rodgers...Ryan is more so a smarter, rich man's Chad Pennington...as it stands, Ryan has did better and showed more growth though.