Posts Tagged ‘Joe Flacco’

Fantasy Post Mortem: What to do with Cam Newton

Cam Newton is an undroppable in most fantasy leagues, and it’s probably a good thing, too, considering most impetuous fantasy enthusiasts would at least consider dropping him after another disappointing game in Week 5. Like you’re sitting around, drinking a few beers, watching Dexter after the Sunday night game and thinking, “(expletive) it, I’m done with this guy.”

“Playbook” Crew Highlights Key Plays from Thursday

During the Baltimore Ravens’ 23-16 victory over the Cleveland Browns on “Thursday Night Football,” several key moments of the game left a lasting impression on the “Playbook” team.

Fanatasy Post Mortem: Jamaal Charles gives sweet relief

Week 3 is nearly in the books, how are you feeling? We still have a great Monday night game left, but let’s look back at the wek that was.

The Ravens’ no-huddle offense and Joe Flacco are walking hand-in-hand to a new contract…

As you might have read a time or 1,000 during the offseason, Joe Flacco is up for a new contract. The Ravens QB is in the final year of a five-year deal that is paying him $12 million, and no one denies that a new deal will get done. But when? And wouldn’t the Ravens be smart if they did it sooner rather than later? I talked about this some in my hit for Total Access yesterday, before I headed out to Philadelphia. That’s where I am now, and where I’ll stay the rest of the week. But that no-huddle offense might be driving up Flacco’s price for the Ravens. And I’m not alone in thinking that. As effective as Flacco […]

NFL fantasy football: Joe Flacco ready to soar for Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens have added an extensive no-huddle look to their offense and that could have a big impact on Joe Flacco’s fantasy football value in 2012.

Jake Locker’s fantasy appeal is rising

The Tennessee Titans will go with Jake Locker as their starting quarterback in 2012, our Michael Lombardi reports. But let’s cut to the chase; what does this mean for his fantasy value.

NFL fantasy football: Chad Johnson on top?

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Chad Johnson is making the most out of his new surroundings, but is he worth the risk in fantasy football leagues?

NFL Fantasy football: Richardson has big plans

Browns running back Trent Richardson plans on being a Cleveland icon. Though expectations are high, he might be able to deliver.

Three and out: Drew Brees’ contract an issue

Contract negotiations for Saints QB Drew Brees aren’t going to progress well if the team clings to its silly assertion it should receive a discount for taking a medical risk for him in 2006.

Flacco’s agent likes start of extension talks with Ravens

Joe Linta, the agent for Ravens QB Joe Flacco, met with team officials at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis on Saturday afternoon and said initial contract talks went well.

Three and out: New York could have Giant WR opening

With Mario Manningham expected to hit free agency, the Giants could consider a number of options for what has become a rather productive No. 3 receiver position.

Tale of the Tape: Big man’s game in Baltimore

After tonight’s Thanksgiving feast, you’ll probably feel stuffed like a 300-pound defensive lineman. That’s actually quite appropriate, because if you tune in to watch Thursday Night Football on NFL Network, all of the best talent will be in the trenches for the 49ers and Ravens.

Thursday night’s alright for throwing

With the first Thursday night game of the year around the corner, Jason Smith breaks down previous Thursday night games and finds one position has generally excelled above all others.

First and 10: Not for the faint of heart

If you missed the New York Giants’ Super Bowl flashback against the New England Patriots, or Sunday night’s stirring final drive by the Baltimore Ravens against the Pittsburgh Steelers, NFL Network’s got you covered with a special edition of “NFL Replay” Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET.

Open offense gives Ravens championship quality

John Harbaugh has done a few impressive things lately, including quoting Theodore Roosevelt. The other is utilizing the spread formation to get the most out of QB Joe Flacco in the shotgun, a move that might be more geared for the long-run.

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