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One of the Super Bowl quarterbacks has had a ton of success, but has garnered little respect. The other has become an overnight sensation. Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has one of the strongest arms in the league. They are still considered a running team, mainly because Ray Rice is just that dynamic. Baltimore finished the regular season ranked 11th in rushing offense and 15th in passing offense.
While Rice is heavily involved in the passing game, Flacco doesn’t get enough credit. His completion percentage (54.8 during the playoffs, 59.7 percent during the regular season) isn’t great, but he takes shots down the field. Because he makes big plays and protects the football (10 interceptions during the season, zero in the playoffs), he maintains a solid passer rating. With an underrated assortment of weapons, Flacco should be able to have another solid playoff game.
I still expect Colin Kaepernick to have a better game from a fantasy perspective. Since the early interce...
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Joe Flacco got himself a very sweet endorsement deal. (Photo courtesy of Haribo)
It’s only fitting that the spotlight is shining a bit brighter on Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco. Leading your team to the Super Bowl will have that effect. It also means Flacco can help his wallet by signing some shiny new endorsement deals.
Flacco’s list of endorsement deals now includes...
According to Pat O'Brien and Steve Hartman of the Fox Sports Loose Canons Radio Show, they walked out of their hotel last evening in New Orleans to attend dinner. Who would they see walking down the street? A tall figure walking with a much shorter man. As they walked closer they were able to identify at least one of the men as Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco. One...
Who is ready for more Super Bowl 47 odds? Earlier we talked Super Bowl MVP odds. Now I want to concentrate on Joe Flacco specific prop bets. There are a ton of different bets that have to do with touchdowns, of course. Here are some of my favorites.
First, I want to talk about Joe Flacco.
Total TD Passes – Joe Flacco (BAL)
1 Touchdown (+175)
2 Touchdowns (+250)
3 Touchdowns (+450...
Joe Flacco might soon cash in on his Super Bowl run. The Baltimore Ravens quarterback hopes to negotiate a new contract that will pay him $20 million per season, according to multiple media reports. Such a deal would put him in the financial ballpark with two one-time Super Bowl winners: Peyton Manning, who has a five-year, $96 million deal; and Drew Brees, who has a five-year...
This post season Joe Flacco has been making great decisions on the field, but his comments off the field about next year’s Super Bowl might come back to bite him.
When asked, the Ravens’ quarterback proceeded to rip the idea of a cold-weather game as reported be the NY Post.
“I think it’s retarded,” Flacco said at yesterday’s press conference before catching himself...
He's on a roll that could place him in the pantheon of NFL quarterbacks with a positive outcome Sunday. He's been in the playoffs each season of his NFL career and has piled up wins at home and on the road. Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco, however, won't declare himself one the elite signal-callers in the league, as Giants quarterback Eli Manning famously did...
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, contract talks between the Baltimore Ravens and quarterback Joe Flacco’s reps will ramp up after the Super Bowl.
Flacco’s reps have told Rapoport that they believe he’s playing better than Broncos’ quarterback Peyton Manning who’s currently earning $8 million per season. He expects Flacco’s agents to shoot higher than Manning’s...
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco apologized for his word selection in criticizing the NFL's decision to hold next year's Super Bowl in an outdoor stadium at a cold-weather site.
On Monday, Flacco was asked about the game being played at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.
''I think it's retarded. I probably shouldn't say that. I think it's stupid,...
For all the chatter about Ray Lewis and the Harbaugh brothers, as the Harbowl campaign is sweeping the nation this week, Ray Rice, for the first time in his noteworthy NFL career, is emerging into a star running back after the Baltimore Ravens stopped abandoning the running game. The most he can do, if he’s handed the ball and knifes through San Francisco defenders, is validate...
After looking at 2013 wide receiver redraft targets through using advanced metrics, I’m now going to analyze several fantasy football running backs who could be in for an uptick in performance. Running backs are the bread and butter of fantasy football, oftentimes making or breaking a team’s success throughout the season. Identifying sleepers or low cost runners who can provide...