New Baltimore Ravens quarterbacks coach Jim Caldwell is generating it a point to set the bar low for Joe Flacco. At least, lower than where it would be if Flacco had been Peyton Manning.
Caldwell coached Manning, a 4-time league MVP, for a full decade. Whilst he sees plenty in Flacco that makes him “dangerous,” he’s not attempting to make the Ravens’ starter the subsequent Manning.
“Everybody’s distinct,” Caldwell told the team’s official site. “[Flacco] has his own strengths, and what we want to attempt to do is accentuate those.
“I’m not here to try to make him like any other quarterback in this league, like Peyton Manning or Brad Johnson or the other guys I’ve coached. That’s not my aim. He is who he is. What we want to do is just assist him ideal what he does nicely.”
Flacco, 27, has carried out a lot for his personal resume, top the Ravens to the playoffs in every of his very first 4 seasons. Caldwell told the web site he’s seen growth in Flacco even though preparing for him as an opponent, but the development of an NFL quarterback takes time and consistency.
“Joe’s been able to show it for four years. He’s continued to get greater and lead his team to the playoffs. That’s consistency,” Caldwell stated.
“Every when in a even though you will find a quarterback that will have a single outstanding year and that’s it. Every when in a even though you’ll uncover one that has two quite great years. And that’s it for their whole profession. The people that can string them back to back to back to back and continue, that’s what you appear for in terms of consistency and performing at a quite high level.”
Caldwell ought to know. He witnessed it for 10 seasons.
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