Originally Posted by htismaqe
He also had 2 HoFers and 2 more perennial All Pros in front of him.
That was one of the best offensive lines in the history of football.
That being said, Trent had a run with the Rams in 2000 that was literally one of the best stretches of games I've ever seen out of NFL QB.
Without question. To me, the biggest tragedy in that whole offense was Priest getting injured by Merriman. To me, Priest was the key to that offense behind that line.
In no way did I intend to take anything away from Trent's intelligence and character.
Originally Posted by DaneMcCloud
Trent Green flawlessly executed the Coryell offense under Cam Cameron, yet Flacco struggled for years in that same offense. It wasn't until Cameron was fired and replaced with Jim Caldwell that Flacco finally became the first rounder that the Ravens envisioned when they chose him in 2008.
I think that Trent was a cerebral as a QB you could find, in any era, and it's a damn shame that Rodney Harrison robbed him of what could have been an even better career.
Don't you think some of the Flacco success is due to him maturing in the NFL, after 4 years?