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Did Joe Flacco deserve to be named the MVP of Super Bowl XLVII?

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  • Yes, who else was better than Flacco?

    Of course Joe Flacco deserved to be named the MVP of the Super Bowl. Without Flacco, the Ravens would not have won the game.
    His passes were timely, and he kept his head even when San Francisco made their surge late in the game. He kept the offense running after it appeared to have fell lifeless in the second half of the game.

  • Flacco Deserved It

    Of course Joe Flacco deserved to win MVP of Super Bowl XLVII. He had a better game than anyone else on the field that night. He had impressive stats and led his team to victory. Those are good enough reasons for him to win the MVP. Flacco's award was justified.

  • No. It's just Super Bowl tradition.

    Joe Flacco is a superb quarterback. He is one of the best in the NFL, no doubt about it. He led his team TO a Super Bowl, but not THROUGH the Super Bowl. The real MVP was Jacoby Jones for two reasons. A) He had a vital receiving TD that he RAN for, he didn't just catch it in the end zone. B), an incredible 108-yard kick return for a TD that established a new Super Bowl record. More importantly, it gave the Ravens a huge mental advantage over the 49ers. Nothing gets players and fans more energized than a special teams TD. Flacco set no records, although I agree that he had a stellar game. Keeping calm and completing passes is what he is PAID to do. It's not remarkable or incredible. "Oh my God, he completed a pass! All Hail Joe Flacco!" Any quarterback in the NFL can complete a few consecutive passes (well, maybe not Blaine Gabbert). Barely any NFL receivers can run back a kick for 108 yards. That's why Jones deserved the MVP.

  • No, Jacoby Jones deserved the MVP

    While popular opinion is that Joe Flacco deserves the MVP, it seems that the MVP always goes to the quarterback. Jacoby Jones scored two touchdowns during the Super Bowl, one being purely based on his own skill. Jones returned the kickoff at the beginning of the 3rd quarter. Jones also caught a pass from Flacco, made two defenders miss, and scored a touchdown. This isn't a discredit to Flacco's skill, but more of the great performance of Jacoby Jones.


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