Found December 29, 2011 on
The Purple Chaos:
Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron responded to Joe Flacco’s criticism that the media should get on the coaching staff for being too conservative in last Saturday’s 20-14 victory over the Cleveland Browns, adding some humor of his own. “Number one, I’m not going to listen to anything you guys say,” Cameron said in his [...]
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It's said that the toughest position in football is the quarterback's mother. Sympathies to Mrs. Flacco. Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is the subject of seemingly unending criticism . He's inconsistent, the defense is responsible for his winning record, he'll never get the Ravens to a Super Bowl. National and local media and fans have questioned...
Opening up the passing game won't necessarily lead to better resultsRavens quarterback Joe Flacco tried to get the media to lobby for the coaching staff to open up the offense. Flacco thought the Ravens became too conservative in the second half against Cleveland on Saturday.
The Ravens sat on an early lead against the Browns last Saturday, which led Joe Flacco to lobbing a request through the media to his offensive coordinator. “There [have] been games this year where we’ve come out throwing the ball because we’ve been down a lot, and you guys have all complained about it,” Flacco…
Joe Flacco's playful tug of war with Baltimore's offensive coaching staff wages on, with the Ravens quarterback lobbying reporters this week to urge coordinator Cam Cameron to spice up the attack.
Cameron: 'I know this, Joe and I will be on the same page.'Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron responded to quarterback Joe Flacco¿s playful suggestion Wednesday that the media should get on the coaching staff for being too conservative last Sunday with some humor of his own.
I’ve gone back and forth on the Ravens’ upcoming showdown with the Cincinnati Bengals. I’ve come to the conclusion the Ravens should pull this one out.In the first meeting between these two teams, way back in November, it was the Ravens’ first game without inside linebacker Ray Lewis. Although Lewis hasn’t been as stellar as expected, he still makes a difference in the...
The Ravens have won five of their last six games heading into this big contest this Sunday. The Ravens need a win over the Bengals or a Steelers’ loss to the Browns in Cleveland to lock up the AFC North and a first round bye in the playoffs. The Bengals have won two games in a row. They can get into the playoffs as a wildcard with a win over the Ravens tomorrow in Cincy. ...
Ravens’ Wednesday interview transcripts featuring the following:
Head Coach John Harbaugh
QB Joe Flacco
LB Ray Lewis
RB Ray Rice
OLB Terrell Suggs