And with that, the 2012 NFL season has come to a close. The Baltimore Ravens are the champions of the world, which necessarily means a few things:
2. If you were one of those people (like me) who loudly claimed Matt Schaub was/is a superior quarterback to Joe Flacco, you look rather foolish today. Actually, we've looked foolish for awhile; we simply look extraordinarily dumb today.
4. We've seen it several times over the last few years, and the lesson was reinforced this postseason: Playing your best football and getting hot at the right time has a funny way of rendering seeding/regular season success virtually meaningless.
Anything else you're taking away from the 2012 NFL season, whether it concerns your Houston Texans or not?