The Cowboys and Ravens were both missing their starting quarterback at practice on Wednesday.
A starting quarterback who’s never missed a regular season start has missed his team’s first practice of the week. Ravens starter Joe Flacco didn’t participate in the club’s workout on Wednesday, according to the team’s official Twitter feed. The Ravens (1-1) play at Cleveland on Sunday. According to the club, Ravens coach John Harbaugh did…
OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco was surprisingly absent during the media viewing of Wednesday's practice. Reporters are allowed to watch the first 30 minutes of practice. There was no reason given for Flacco not being present at the start of practice. Show More Summary
Defenses were relentless on Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco last season. He was the third most-blitzed quarterback in the NFL. That strategy might have to change this season. In Thursday's win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, Flacco...Show More Summary
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco completed 72.4 percent of his passes (21-of-29) in Thursday night's win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, which is the first time he's eclipsed the 70 percent completion rate since the Ravens' game at Pittsburgh in October. In fact, Flacco was more efficient earlier in his career. Show More Summary
Bernard Pierce struggled mightily in the Baltimore Ravens' Week 1 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, a game that featured 62 pass attempts by Joe Flacco. He bounced back with a performance more representative of his 2014 fantasy value in...Show More Summary
Bart Scott thinks Joe Flacco is 'more elite than Matt Ryan' among many other things.
The 35-year-old Smith continues to be the more successful receiver in Baltimore this season. Steve Smith caaught six passes for 71 yards in Week 2 against the Steelers. He was targeted a team-high 10 times by Joe Flacco, including aShow More Summary
It wasn't a dominating Flacco performance, but he did manage to add in two touchdown passes to help fantasy teams on Thursday night. Joe Flacco completed 21 of 29 passes for 166 yards, two touchdowns an no turnovers in Week 2 at home against the Steelers. Show More Summary
When two AFC North teams face off, we don't usually expect this sort of thing. The Baltimore Ravens beat the Pittsburgh Steelers, 26-6, on the first Thursday Night Football of the CBS era. It was the 40th time these two teams have met,...Show More Summary
The Baltimore Ravens recovered well from their Week 1 defeat, picking up a big 26-6 home win over the division-rival Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday night. After losing to the Cincinnati Bengals, 23-16, Joe Flacco offered withering criticism...Show More Summary
Playing three days after running back Ray Rice was released, the Ravens got a pair of touchdown passes from Joe Flacco and rolled past the rival Pittsburgh Steelers, 26-6, on Thursday night.
Joe Flacco passed for two touchdowns to tight end Owen Daniels as the Baltimore Ravens earned a 26-6 victory over divisional rival Pittsburgh on Thursday night. The Ravens managed to put the turbulent week of Ray Rice news behind them to earn a big early season victory over the Steelers and avoid falling to 0-2…
BALTIMORE -- The Baltimore Ravens jumped out to a 10-3 halftime lead because of a fast start by quarterback Joe Flacco. Known for being sluggish early in games, Flacco completed his first eight passes against the Pittsburgh Steelers --including a 2-yard touchdown pass to Owen Daniels to cap a 12-play opening drive. Show More Summary
Fact: Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco has thrown 23 interceptions in the past two seasons; that is second-most behind Eli Manning's 29. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light. Source: ESPN Stats & Info Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has a new offensive coordinator in Gary Kubiak. There's also the addition of two veteran receivers in Steve Smith and Owen Daniels, as well as the return of tight end Dennis Pitta. What hasn't changed for Flacco is slow starts. Show More Summary
It was 2008, and although the Ravens had drafted Joe Flacco in the first round of the draft, not everybody thought he should beat out Troy Smith.
Also, Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco makes "the stupidest play" of his career. "His earning power is destroyed. That's an important thing." - Mike Ditka, on the suspension of Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice Former Chicago Bears head coach Mike Ditka has built his post-football career on making remarkably inane comments. Show More Summary
Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco was kicking himself after Sunday’s loss for the play he made at the end of the first half. “That’s probably the stupidest play I’ve ever made,” Flacco said. On the play in question, the Ravens had the ball on the Bengals’ 15-yard line with eight seconds left. Baltimore was out of…
Grading the Baltimore Ravens in their 23-16 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals: Quarterback: Joe Flacco nearly pulled off the comeback with a brilliant 80-yard touchdown pass to Steve Smith in the fourth quarter. He also showed his toughness again when he took a big hit in converting a fourth-and-1 with his legs. Show More Summary