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JOE FLACCO RUMORS & GOSSIP

Baltimore Ravens draft needs for 2015

And with the No. 26 pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, the Baltimore Ravens select… There are various paths that the Ravens can travel down come Thursday for the first round of the draft in Chicago. A few offensive positions stick out to me that they need, but Baltimore’s defense was not up to their own standards a year ago and there are a handful of players that will be on the board...
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Joe Flacco content with current Ravens receivers

After losing Torrey Smith in free agency, there has been some speculation that the Baltimore Ravens will exhaust their first-round pick (26th overall) on a wide receiver in the upcoming NFL draft. Despite what appears to be a depleted wide receiver group, quarterback Joe Flacco isn’t too worried about the wide receiver situation in Baltimore. Obviously, without Torrey now...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Joe Flacco doesn’t think the Ravens need to draft a WR

Quarterback Joe Flacco doesn’t think the Baltimore Ravens need to select a wide receiver in next week’s NFL draft. The Ravens return only one receiver who had over 24 catches last season after losing Torrey Smith in free agency.  Baltimore is left with Steve Smith, Marlon Brown, Kamar Aiken, Michael Campanaro and Jeremy Butler. “Obviously, without Torrey now, the...
Via Sports-Glory
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Who Should the Ravens Draft in Round One?

View image | gettyimages.com The NFL Draft is a little over a week away.  This period of time is incredibly important as teams are assembling their final big boards and figuring out who their primary targets are. During this time, we at Topsportsreport decided that it would be a good idea for us to do a first round mock draft with analysis. Find out which prospect John Miceli...
Via TopSportsReport
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Why is Joe Flacco one of the most debated quarterbacks in the league?

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has been the Ravens’ most consistent quarterback in their franchise history — who would argue that? Apparently, many. If Flacco is one of those players who seeks exterior validation, then I’m sure he’d be at home thinking to himself, ‘what is it that I have to do to receive credit around here?’ Good thing for Flacco is he doesn’t...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Fan reaction to Ravens’ la-de-da attitude toward drafting a #1 WR is brutal…

Yes, Joe Flacco “develops” the best potential of young wide receivers around him—- but sooner or later, you’ve got to give him a Dez Bryant— or something close! Ravens Head Coach John Harbaugh said that drafting a receiver “is a little bit of a crapshoot.” I get that part… But you willingly allow WR Torrey Smith to move on to greener pastures in San Francisco, you’re...
Via Ravens Football Machine
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Why Joe Flacco’s days could be numbered in Baltimore

In my estimation, quarterback Joe Flacco played his cards right when he turned down the Baltimore Ravens’ first offer during the 2012 season. Choosing to play the year out led to his big pay day following a Super Bowl MVP. Flacco will have another opportunity to approach the round table with a hand of his own yet again next season. However, as ProFootballTalk’s Mike Florio puts...
Via cover32
21 days ago  |  Discuss

The Elephant in the Ravens front office— Flacco’s contract…

I simply don’t worry about the escalation of Joe Flacco’s contract as quarterback of the Ravens. But a lot of fans and observers of the Ravens make it a big deal. Now Mike Florio is stirring it up as he does so well at Pro Football Talk. Typical of Florio, he tries to instigate a crisis on a slow news day when he writes: “The Ravens have a potential mess in 2016 with Flacco...
Via Ravens Football Machine
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Matt Schaub: Ravens have best QB room in all of football

Before the Baltimore Ravens signed 11-year veteran quarterback Matt Schaub, the quarterback depth behind Joe Flacco was extremely thin. Schaub was nearly the only viable option for the Ravens to latch on to. That said, head coach John Harbaugh seems to be happy with his ultra-cheap one-year, $3 million investment, saying, "The bottom line is Matt [Schaub] is a very good fit for...
Via Sportsnaut
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Why Joe Flacco is the NFL's most underrated QB

When many people talk about Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco, some use the words game manager, product of his defense, etc. They could not be more wrong. John Harbaugh may think he’s the best and while that is an embellishment, I certainly think Flacco is the most underappreciated signal caller in the game right now. Here are the three main reasons why: 1. Playoff record...
Via cover32
March 22, 2015  |  Discuss
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