Ravens QB Joe Flacco told the Baltimore Sun on Saturday that this year’s team is the best team he has ever played for. And that should mean something too, considering that he is a veteran of two NFL seasons.
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Safety Ed Reed is rehabbing, but he might not be ready for the beginning of the season.
Posted: Wednesday, April 21st, 2010 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Ben Roethlisberger, Byron Leftwich, Carson Palmer, Dennis Dixon, Hines Ward, Joe Flacco, Matt Ryan, Mike Wallace, Santonio Holmes, Vince Young
The suspension of Ben Roethlisberger has major fantasy implications for next season, one of which involves Rashard Mendenhall.
Speaking with NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora on Tuesday at the NFL Annual Meeting in Orlando, Fla., Ravens coach John Harbaugh said the team’s aggressive pursuit of Boldin was done with the idea of helping QB Joe Flacco develop.
The addition of Anquan Boldin, along with the re-signing of Derrick Mason, makes Joe Flacco a viable sleeper in 2010.
There’s still a “very good” chance that veteran WR Derrick Mason will re-sign with the Ravens, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.
It’s rare that an NFL trade can be categorized as a “win-win” proposition for both teams involved, but the Ravens’ acquisition of Anquan Boldin from the Cardinals appears to be a boon for both franchises.
Ravens WR Anquan Boldin will be wearing a different uniform in 2010, but his fantasy value won’t change much.
The Ravens listed QB Joe Flacco as probable with a hip injury for Sunday’s AFC wild-card playoff game against the Patriots, but he’s also suffering from a quadriceps injury, NFL Network’s Kara Henderson reports.
Posted: Thursday, November 12th, 2009 | Adam Rank Tags: Adrian Peterson, Cedric Benson, Chad Ochocinco, Drew Brees, Joe Flacco, John Harbaugh, Joseph Addai, Le'Ron McClain, Peyton Manning, Steven Jackson, Tom Brady, Vincent Jackson, Will Ferrell
Having fantasy football analysts star-struck shouldn’t be a surprise given our current obsession with celebrity in our TMZ-driven world. But it was kind of shocking to hear fellow NFL.com gurus Michael Fabiano and Bucky Brooks trumpet some falling stars during our Fantasy Friday taping this week.
As a former NFL defensive back, even I have to admit that without a top-notch, steely-nerved quarterback, you cannot expect to win consistently in the league today. I can see the evolution in what it takes to win in today’s NFL.
Ravens WR Derrick Mason caught a first-quarter touchdown from QB Joe Flacco, but may have been injured in the process.
Steve Slaton is in a do-or-die weekend for a lot of fantasy owners.
Maurice Jones-Drew is putting up huge numbers for fantasy owners, one of the top fantasy storylines so far in Week 3.
Yes, it’s only been a two-game sample, but Jets rookie quarterback Mark Sanchez has been almost perfect on third down. Needless to say, count me among those who have been blown away by Sanchez thus far.