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Two observations on Delaware QB Joe Flacco

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By Mike Wilkening

1) He answered a bunch of questions about being a "small-school" quarterback in stride. By the way, I hate that term. I doubt he likes it either, but credit him for being cool about it.

2) He has a dry sense of humor, which became apparent as he got more comfortable meeting with the media. Someone asked him if all of the "buzz" surrounding him made him more confident about his standing as one of the more well-regarded QB prospects. 

"No, it doesn't give me any more confidence," Flacco said. "All I have to do is go home and get made fun of by all of my family. They tell me how dorky I look on TV, so it's not giving me any more confidence. It's nice for my family, but other than that it's fun."

Please, for laughs and giggles, someone get the Flacco family a copy of the questions asked of young Joe on Friday.   

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