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---The Ravens have finished with back-to-back 12-4 seasons as well as an AFC North championship but quarterback Joe Flacco said in order for the team to be considered special, they have to win the Super Bowl.
“You can’t get to the playoffs and lose every year and expect to be considered a special team,’’ he said. “We are definitely a good football team. That is without question. To be a special team, you have to win championships. We are working towards that. That is why we are here right now. That is why we put ourselves in this position every year. If you are here every year, you give yourself a way higher percentage of getting to the Super Bowl and winning it.’’
However Flacco, now in his fourth season, said there isn’t a sense of desperation to win immediately but contending annually for championships is expected.
“I don’t think you ever want to feel that way,’’ he said. “The bottom line is that getting to the playoffs and getting to this position is a rare thing. We have been
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Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco improved his postseason record to 5-3 after the team was able to pull out a 20-13 victory over the Houston Texans last Sunday, but he’s still looking for a break out performance in the playoffs. The fourth-year veteran didn’t get any help from his offensive line as he was sacked [...]
Joe Flacco, the fourth-year quarterback of the Baltimore Ravens, has a habit of winning. He’s won 44 games in his first four seasons. For those of us that are mathematically challenged (I am), that’s 11 wins a season on average. Tough to beat, huh?Even with all those wins, there are still questions about Flacco.One thing in particular that got attention was from Ed Reed. Reed...
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Ed Reed spoke to the media on a national conference call on Thursday.
This in itself is not a big deal, except that Reed all week has been the subject of a firestorm regarding some comments he made about his quarterback on Tuesday.
Two days later, some guys would have hidden, or declined to answer questions about the flap. Not Reed. Three days before he and the Baltimore Ravens...
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Nose tackle admires Ravens quarterback's toughness, resilienceJudging by free safety Ed Reed’s comments to SiriusXM satellite radio on Monday, Joe Flacco may have yet to win over some of his teammates. But that’s not the case with Vince Wilfork.
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This week, we're going to do in-depth scouting reports on the two conference title games. First up: Pats/Ravens.
The Teams: The Baltimore Ravens vs. the New England Patriots
Records: 13-4 (Ravens), 14-3 (Pats)
The Line: Patriots by 7.5. The Ravens were favored by the exact same line last week. Peter King finds this WEIRD and INTERESTING.
The Coaches: Bill Belichick...
The final four quarterbacks left in the NFL playoffs have a clear line dividing them: those that have won a Super Bowl and those who haven’t. For the two that haven’t, Alex Smith and Joe Flacco, each has taken their fair share of criticism. Some is warranted and some of it is not. Obviously we can’t compare these two players to either Tom Brady or Eli Manning. There just isn’t...
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