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The Baltimore SunInstead of having a letdown, the Ravens delivered a smackdown. Maintaining their dominance over the Denver Broncos, the Ravens slowed down the NFL's top-ranked passing attack and shoved their way into the end zone four times for a 31-17 rout at M&T...
Tags: Ray Rice, Football, Joe Flacco, Sports, Dawan Landry
OFFENSE Passing yards 1. Joe Flacco: 3622 2. Sam Koch: 13 3. Anquan Boldin: -6 Passing touchdowns 1. Joe Flacco: 25 Rushing yards 1. Ray Rice: 1220 2. Willis McGahee: 380 3. Le'Ron McClain: 85 4. Joe Flacco: 84 5. Donte' Stallworth: 45 Rushing...
Tags: Kelly Gregg, Jarret Johnson, Chris Carr, Ed Reed, Dawan Landry
Quarterback Joe Flacco completed only 12 of 19 passes for 102 yards, but he was effective and was impressive in making plays outside the pocket. The touchdown passes to T.J. Houshmandzadeh and Derrick Mason were beauties, but Flacco missed Anquan...
Quarterback Joe Flacco had few bad plays. He showed good pocket awareness and made good decisions outside the pocket. He read blitzes well and showed nice touch on several long passes but was handcuffed more by the coaching staff than the Steelers....
Quarterback Joe Flacco had a strong first half but did very little in the second. It has become typical of Flacco: hot for two quarters, cool for the other two. Those two touchdown passes were well-thrown, but Flacco gets a lot of yards going to his...
Quarterback: It was a typical performance by Joe Flacco, except he played well in the first half and was average in the second. Flacco had some nice sideline throws, but he has to develop a better feel in the pocket of when to go down, and when to tuck...
Tags: Kelly Gregg, Jarret Johnson, Michael Oher, Chris Carr, Football
Quarterback: B- Joe Flacco had impressive numbers and actually threw well through the first three quarters. He still doesn't step up in the pocket, but he played well enough to win. The best defense he faced Sunday were the restraints put on him by his...
The Ravens, one of the NFL's top drafting teams, have struggled in one area: Selecting wide receivers. Of the 16 wide receivers drafted by the Ravens, none have eclipsed 70 catches in a season or 1,000 yards for the team. They have tried to find...
When I think of the 2010 season for the Ravens, the special moment was Joe Flacco's comeback in Pittsburgh. If Flacco develops into an elite quarterback, I will look back at the last minute of this game as his first defining moment. Sure, Flacco has...
Web ReporterWith the trade of Deion Branch to New England earlier this week, the top three wide receivers from a year ago for the Seattle Seahawks are all in different locations. Branch is back with the Patriots; T.J. Houshmandzadeh is in Baltimore; and Nate...
Each week, we'll bring you a Q&A with a Ravens player to help you learn a little more about the team. Today's guest is wide receiver Anquan Boldin, who caught eight passes for 142 yards and three touchdowns in the team's 24-17 victory over the Cleveland...
Instead of calling the Ravens playoff contenders, for now we'll just call them a "work in progress." The Ravens barely beat the Cleveland Browns. Almost everyone predicted a blowout, but the Ravens survived. At this point in the season, that's OK. If...
Tags: Mouth, Kelly Gregg, Ray Rice, Family, Michael Oher
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