According to Pat O’Brien and Steve Hartman of the Fox Sports Loose Canons Radio Show, they walked out of their hotel last evening in New Orleans to attend dinner. Who would they see walking down the street, but a tall figure walking with a much shorter man. As they walked closer they were able to identify at least one of the men as Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco. One turned to the other and said, do you see that? It wasn’t surprising to see Joe Flacco out for an evening stroll, but what was surprising, was no one had noticed who he was.
Is Joe Flacco that unknown that he can walk the streets of New Orleans, where thousands of fans and figureheads reside, and go left untouched?
Flacco continues to state that he is one of the games best quarterbacks. He recently told WNST 1570 in Baltimore that he believes he’s the “best” quarterback in the NFL, the why isn’t he noticed?
Why isn’t there a flock of people draped around him?
Is it possible to be the best quarterback in the NFL can walk down “Super Bowl Street” and go unnoticed?