JOE FLACCO RUMORS & GOSSIP
Joe Flacco won a Super Bowl and was that game's MVP. He's had tremendous success in five and a half NFL seasons. Yet he'll continue to face criticism until he retires given how many digits are in his bank account.
This season, Flacco hasn't done much to reshape the thoughts of his naysayers for what he does on-field, but he is changing when he speaks with the media...
Big Ben has a lot of decorations in his 9-year career. He has two Super Bowl rings, a pretty good career winning percentage (68%), an even better career playoff winning percentage (71%--that's almost 3 out of 4), and some very good numbers against certain franchises overall. His 19-1 record vs. the Browns is quite ridiculous.
But there's one decoration that Ben has...
Baltimore quarterback Joe Flacco hates his team's use of the wildcat formation, and Tuesday he let everyone know just how much.
He wasn't happy with coach John Harbaugh's decision to employ backup quarterback Tyrod Taylor in the wildcat Sunday in an effort to enhance the Ravens' running attack against the New York Jets. Taylor took five snaps -- running four times...
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The Baltimore Ravens signed Joe Flacco to a six-year, $120 million contract this past offseason. When you give a quarterback that type of money, it typically means you want the ball in his hands as much possible. That was not the case on Sunday, as the Ravens ran 12 plays from the wildcat formation in […]
On Tuesday Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco continued to voice his frustrations with the fact that they’ve decided to run the wildcat lately.
Flacco reiterated that he doesn't like wildcat. Said it makes it look like a high school offense.
— Jeff Zrebiec (@jeffzrebiecsun) November 26, 2013
Flacco said he doesn't expect to see much wildcat...
It’s been said many times, but the Ravens’ Twitter account is one strange entity.
Joe Flacco said he doesn’t like the “wildcat” looks that offensive coordinator Jim Caldwell has been throwing out on the field recently that remove Flacco from under center and shift him out to wide receiver. Flacco said the wildcat makes the Ravens “look high school.”
Joe Flacco is not pleased about the Baltimore Ravens coaching staff lining him up at wide receiver this past Sunday against the Jets to run a gimmick play.
According to Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun, Flacco said the “Ravens running the Wildcat, makes them not look look an NFL team.”
Flacco reiterated that he doesn't like wildcat. Said it makes it look like a high school...
I noticed this when I watched their game yesterday. Flacco was not happy when he had to split out wide and Tyrod Taylor took snaps from Pistol and Wildcat. Flacco didn’t even attempt to go through with his fakes, he just stood there and watched.
He was honest with his feelings about it.
“I want to line up behind center,” Flacco said after the Ravens’ 19-3 win over theNew...
The Ravens debuted a new offensive wrinkle on Sunday, utilizing the Wildcat attack with backup quarterback Tyrod Taylor under center and starter Joe Flacco split out wide.
Let's just say the $120.6 million man isn't a fan of the formation.
"It's good and fun for a little bit. But that's about it," Flacco said, via NFL.com.
Taylor took five snaps, rushing...
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