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Joe Flacco may have his critics, but the spectacular game- winning drive the Baltimore Ravens quarterback engineered against a bitter rival last weekend brought some more support over to his camp.
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In the Baltimore Ravens’ biggest game of the season, quarterback Joe Flacco raised his game to another level, lifting the Ravens to a sweep over their rivals, the Pittsburgh Steelers with a 23-20 victory. It may have been hard to digest last week, but the quarterback getting the headlines after the Ravens-Steelers contest has been [...]
Baltimore (6-2) is coming off of one of their biggest wins of the season, defeating the division rival Steelers, and cannot afford to leave CenturyLink Field this Sunday without a win. Baltimore is tied for the division lead with the surprising Cincinnati Bengals, and the Bengals don’t look as if they are slowing down anytime soon.
Baltimore defeated Pittsburgh in the final seconds...
Joe Flacco's ability to deal with criticism and praise the same way has helped him handle the demands of being an NFL quarterback.
He reacts to positive and negative feedback just like a jolting hit in the pocket. He shakes it off, stands tall and proceeds as if it never happened.
This is one of those good weeks for Flacco, who led Baltimore on a game-winning drive Sunday night...
We all saw Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco lead a game-winning 92-yard drive against the Pittsburgh Steelers last Sunday night. He was rewarded for that drive.
According to reports, Flacco was awarded the NFL GMC "Never Say Never Moment of the Week."
Congratulations to Flacco.
As the Ravens get ready to board a long flight to Seattle, we received these observations from Ron Benamor, a sportsblogger from the University of Maryland... we hope to bring Ron on board as a staff writer. Here are his thoughts on the Ravens and their quarterback coming out of Pittsburgh with a huge win...<span style="font-family: "Times New Roman";">...
Embattled QB Joe Flacco’s 92 yard drive stunned the Steelers and kept the Ravens very much alive in the AFC North. Is this a defining moment for his career? Are the Ravens the best team in the AFC North? How important is a home playoff game or even a bye to Baltimore’s Super Bowl hopes and dreams? Juiced Sports Radio breaks down a memorable game and what it...
Ravens quarterback competing with Cardinals' Peterson, Giants' ManningRavens quarterback Joe Flacco is one of three finalists for the GMC “Never Say Never Moment of the Week,” which honors the best moment or play of the week.
OK, so we've finished Week 9. Week 10 starts Thursday night. However, the Baltimore Ravens, because they had their bye in Week 5, are just now halfway through their season.
Quarterback: CFourth-year quarterback Joe Flacco has been good enough for the Ravens to win 75 percent of their games, but he's been maddeningly inconsistent. Also, Flacco has been good for one fumble...
As Joe Flacco hung up another floating long ball to Torrey Smith last Sunday Night I could feel all of your breaths being collectively held, not to mention the disappointing four-letter bombs that accompanied Smith’s spike after the touchdown. You weren’t alone fellas, but you won’t be alone cashing in from your book next week either. Our first losing weekend in a month -and...
Coming off a thrilling victory over their biggest rival, the last thing the Baltimore Ravens need is to slip up against a beatable opponent.
The visiting Ravens will try to remain focused while looking for a third consecutive victory Sunday against a Seattle Seahawks team hoping to avoid their first four-game skid in almost two seasons.
Trailing Pittsburgh by four points with 2...