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Ravens' playoff success rests on Joe Flacco

BALTIMORE -- The Baltimore Ravens were tied with the Cleveland Browns at halftime when something unusual happened just before the players left the locker room -- quarterback Joe Flacco spoke. "Let's just go win a game," he said. It wasn't anything close to a Ray Lewis rant. Show More Summary

Yeah, That Sounds Like Flacco

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Joe Flacco made a passionate halftime speech: "Let's go win a game!" — Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) December 28, 2014 Read more...

Fourth-quarter comeback nets Baltimore AFC’s final wild-card spot

As long as the Ravens have Joe Flacco at quarterback, they will have a deep passing game. And the long ball has helped put Baltimore back into the playoffs. Flacco’s 53-yard rainbow to wideout Torrey Smith helped set up the go-ahead score as Baltimore came back to defeat visiting Cleveland 20-10 on Sunday afternoon. With…

Ravens on doorstep of postseason

The Ravens are in control vs. the Browns. Two fourth-quarter Joe Flacco TD passes have given the Ravens a 20-10 lead over the Browns in Baltimore. The latest score was a two-yard Flacco-to-Kamar Aiken connection. Earlier, the Ravens surged back into the lead on Flacco’s 16-yard TD pass to Torrey Smith. On the previous play,…

Ravens want to get run game back on track

Gary Kubiak, Joe Flacco, Marshal Yanda and more know it's a necessity that Baltimore get back to running the ball well.

Joe Flacco: Nothing to do but go out and win the next one

The Ravens need to win and get help from the Chiefs this weekend in order to make the playoffs, something they could have avoided with a win against the Texans last weekend. They lost 25-13, however, and quarterback Joe Flacco’s dreadful game was a big reason why they lost. Flacco was 3-of-18 for 27 yards and…

Six field goals on Sunday make Randy Bullock the AFC special teamer of the week

The Texans dealt the Ravens’ playoff chances a serious blow last Sunday when they helped force Joe Flacco into an awful performance on the way to a 25-13 win. Houston was able to pull off that victory despite starting Case Keenum at quarterback and scoring just one touchdown over the course of the game. The…

How Joe Flacco and the Ravens Offense Can Bounce Back from Bad Game vs. Houston

Sunday's 25-13 Baltimore Ravens loss to the Houston Texans might not have been Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco 's worst game of his career. However, it was his worst game of the 2014 season and it happened at a costly time. The loss dropped...Show More Summary

QB snapshot: Joe Flacco

A quick observation of quarterback Joe Flacco and how he played in the Baltimore Ravens' 25-13 loss at the Houston Texans in Week 16: Flacco has gone from one of the NFL's best deep passers to a quarterback who rarely stretches the field anymore. Show More Summary

From Marshawn Lynch to Joe Flacco, the best and worst of NFL Week 16

Matt Ufford and Ryan Nanni review the Seahawks' dominance in Arizona, Tony Romo's destruction of the Colts, and the best performances of Week 16 in the NFL. And the worst performances, too (looking at you, Saints). Watch on YouTube | Subscribe to SB Nation on YouTube

Steve Smith expects criticism of Ravens offense, won’t pay attention to it

Sunday was a miserable day for the Ravens Offense. They gained just 211 yards, quarterback Joe Flacco threw three interceptions while picking up under four yards per attempt and generally looked inept from the opening kickoff to the final whistle. Wide receiver Steve Smith, who had five catches for 49 yards, didn’t search too hard…

Joe Flacco has worst game at worst possible time

HOUSTON -- Sitting in front of his locker after getting beat up in a 25-13 loss to the Houston Texans, quarterback Joe Flacco tried to figure out which teams needed to lose in order for the Baltimore Ravens to make the playoffs. There...Show More Summary

With loss at Houston, Baltimore’s postseason hopes take a hit

An off day by the offense has put Baltimore’s playoff hopes in some peril. The underdog Texans intercepted quarterback Joe Flacco three times and shut down Baltimore’s ground game en route to a 25-13 victory on Sunday in Houston. In defeat, the Ravens gained just 3.1 yards per play. With the loss, the Ravens fell…

Rapid Reaction: Baltimore Ravens

HOUSTON -- A few thoughts on the Baltimore Ravens' 25-13 loss Sunday to the Houston Texans at NRG Stadium: What it means: One of the worst games of Joe Flacco's career led to the Ravens (9-6) losing control of their playoff fate. The Ravens are no longer guaranteed a playoff berth if they win in the regular season finale. Show More Summary

Joe Flacco's unbelievably bad day might cost Ravens a playoff spot

Joe Flacco was outplayed by Case Keenum. Heck, Houston Texans running back Arian Foster was a more effective passer than Flacco on Sunday. As a result, the Baltimore Ravens have lost control of whether they make the playoffs. FlaccoShow More Summary

Joe Flacco has first half to forget

After a nightmarish first half from their quarterback, the Ravens are in a halftime hole in Houston. The Texans, behind three Randy Bullock field goals and a TD pass from Arian Foster, hold a 16-0 edge after two quarters. Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has struggled mightily, completing just 3-of-18 passes for 27 yards with two…

‘James Flacco?’ Ravens QB adroitly corrects President Obama

Well, this was unfortunate, to say nothing of awkward. Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco improbably found his name dragged into the debate surrounding Sony’s decision to pull “The Interview” from movie theaters after it became embroiled in a cyber attack. That’s right. Joe Flacco became a brief part of the story, thanks to a verbal […]

Barack Obama Mixes Up Joe Flacco & James Franco When Discussing 'The Interview'

Earlier in the week, Sony sparked an I nternet outcry when they announced that the Christmas Day release of The Interview starring James Franco and Seth Rogen would be scrapped, amid pressure from North Korean hackers. When discussing...Show More Summary

President Obama mixes up Ravens' Joe Flacco and actor James Franco

President Obama, a known sports fan and leader of the free world, spoke at his year-end news conference with the White House press corps on Friday and answered an array of questions, including some about Sony Entertainment Pictures' decision not to release "The Interview" following an...

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