Joe Flacco deserves some credit in at least one area. The guy is getting pretty good at brushing off criticism.
No one we know expected the Ravens to have the perfect season. But after a season-opening win over the Steelers, most didn’t expect the Ravens to get beat up by the Titans in Week 2, either.
The move to sign All-Pro Haloti Ngata not only locks up arguably the Ravens best defensive player, its ripple effect will impact the team’s ability to sign its franchise quarterback.
Ravens WR Derrick Mason has heard the criticism of his QB, Joe Flacco, and has a theory as to why opponents target him.
Joe Flacco wants a longterm extension soon; the Baltimore Ravens prefer to wait. Opinions have been somewhat divided on Flacco as to whether he’s a franchise-caliber quarterback or not.
I don’t think that the Ravens’ Joe Flacco is a big-time quarterback. He has great talent, but I don’t know if he has the “it” factor needed to be a franchise guy.
Next week will be the first time in NFL history that both divisional playoff games in a conference will feature two teams from the same division.
Ravens QB Joe Flacco has been one of the biggest enigmas in fantasy football. Flacco ranks 11th among quarterbacks on NFL.com, yet nothing about him stands out.
Joe Flacco got an early Christmas present Monday night from Matt Schaub in the way of a Josh Wilson pick six.
Joe Flacco says he doesn’t fault the oft-fined James Harrison of the Steelers for his aggressive style of play that has led to $125,000 in fines this season.