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Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco is playing the final season of his rookie contract and could be heading towards possible free agency in the offseason. The Ravens signal caller has been the Ravens starting quarterback since he was selected 18th overall in the first-round of the 2008 NFL Draft. The mention of Flacco’s name will spark debate about whether or not he should be considered an elite quarterback, but the Baltimore Ravens must pay Joe Flacco in the offseason and give him a new contract.
Since becoming the Baltimore starter, Flacco and the Ravens have posted a 53-24 record to date, not many teams in the NFL can boast that record in the last five seasons. Yes, the Ravens team has been predicated on bone-crushing defensive play but Flacco has been a solid signal caller. He has never thrown more than 12 interceptions in a season, turnovers can ruin a team.His best season came in 2010 when he threw for 3,622 yards, 25 touchdowns and 10 interceptions.
Flacco has never missed a game ...
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Every since I moved to Baltimore in 2010, I have heard nothing but endless criticism of Cam Cameron and his play calling abilities. There was no doubt Cameron was successful with previous teams, and the Ravens fans weren’t scared to admit this fact, but he was not utilizing Baltimore’s weapons the way the fan base wanted. As the seasons wore on, the fan base agreed that Cam...
With yesterday’s news that Cam Cameron has been relieved of his post I’m left feeling a bit off. This must be how Jay Leno felt in the waning days of George W. Bush’s presidency… suddenly, I’m going to need all new material. In my own personal version of the #FireNorv campaign I have been fairly critical of Cameron throughout his reign as OC of the Ravens. Baltimore checks...
The once-esteemed defense of the Baltimore Ravens is almost unrecognizable these days.
Many of the unit's most established players - including Ray Lewis, Terrell Suggs and Lardarius Webb - have sustained serious injuries. Suggs missed first six games of the season on the sideline with a torn right Achillies tendon, returned for a half-dozen games and then sat out last week with...
After losing a crucial second game in a row, the Ravens have fired their offensive coordinator Cam Cameron and replaced him with former Colts head coach Jim Caldwell. Ravens dismissed offensive coordinator Cam Cameron and replaced him with quarterbacks coach Jim Caldwell.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 10, 2012Cameron has often been the subject of much criticism from pundits...
Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco finally stepped up in a road game Sunday at Washington, throwing three touchdowns in an overtime loss.Fantasy Spin:Flacco came in having thrown just four touchdown passes in six road games this season. He finished Sunday's game with 182 yards on 16-of-21 passing. While he's been better at home, he probably shouldn't be trusted in Week 15 versus Denver.
Usually a team fires its offensive coordinator when it is mired in the depths of a losing season. The Ravens are 9-4 with a 2-game lead in their division race. What caused the panic that resulted in the firing of OC Cam Cameron, who's been with the Ravens since 2008 and has been a part of 5 playoff season drives since then ?
My own theory is Joe Flacco wants to run no-huddle...
Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron has been fired, according to Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun on Twitter.
Former Indianapolis Colts coach, Jim Caldwell will take over. Caldwell led the Colts to the Superbowl two seasons ago – before getting fired after last season when the team went 2-14.
For the Broncos:
Limited participation: G Chris Kuper (ankle) and LB Wesley Woodyard (ankle)
Full participation: WR Trindon Holliday (knee), WR Demaryius Thomas (shoulder) and WR Matthew Willis (knee)
For the Ravens:
Out: LB Jameel McClain (neck)
Did not participate: LB Dannell Ellerbe (ankle), DT Arthur Jones (shoulder), FB Vonta Leach (ankle), DE Pernell McPhee (thigh), S Bernard...
At the half, the Ravens were winning 21-14. A Joe Flacco fumble gifted the Redskins a Kai Forbath field goal. That made the game 21-17 Ravens.
On the ensuing drive, the Ravens were driving then Flacco threw an interception. The ball was tipped by Barry Cofield and Flacco was under duress.
Flacco has two turnovers this afternoon, but the Ravens still lead 21-17 in the third quarter.