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5 Bold Predictions For The Ravens Offense in 2015

View image | gettyimages.com Last season, the Baltimore Ravens proved that they have one of the NFL’s elite offenses (even if the sports media doesn’t want to recognize it). Justin Forsett rushed for over 1,200 yards for the first time in his career. Joe Flacco had a career-high 27 touchdown passes last season and almost broke the 4,000 passing yard barrier. (TS) caught...
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Michael Campanaro injured—Flacco clicks with Trestman…

Tough break for Michael Campanaro, the 2nd-year WR/RB out of Wake Forest, who tore a quad muscle on the first day of OTA’s. Michael Campanaro is out for several months with a torn quadriceps suffered at Ravens OTA’s. That’s a tough break for a player who has flashed so much promise as a receiver, a running back and a kick/punt returner. It’s also a challenge to the Ravens’offensive...
Via Ravens Football Machine
7 hours ago  |  Discuss

Marc Trestman will make Joe Flacco a Pro Bowler

As I mentioned in a recent article, “The ‘Wacko’ nickname has eventually taken a toll on Joe Flacco’s reputation,” as he’s yet to receive the credit that he deserves. Other than the in-house support in which Flacco gets from the Baltimore Ravens, it’s no mystery that Flacco is still viewed as a less than elite quarterback in the NFL. That could all change quickly though...
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Joe Flacco might have just found his next consistent target (video)

Baltimore Ravens rookie wide receiver Breshad Perriman had the skills to pay the bills as a speedy and big bodied receiver at Central Florida, but it was one thing in particular that he lacked; a quality quarterback – a kryptonite for any promising receiver. Well, that will not be the case for Perriman as a Raven. He should be thanking the football gods for landing him in a spot...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

Joe Flacco, Excellent and Under-Appreciated

When it comes to ranking quarterbacks, Joe Flacco is one of the more polarizing names in the NFL. Analysts either love the Ravens signal caller or they don’t, there is no middle ground as he divides the NFL community. Since entering the league, Flacco has had to prove himself from day one as he was not touted as the next great passer like Andrew Luck. There was not much respect...
Via Pro Football Spot
3 days ago  |  Discuss

The “Wacko” nickname has eventually took a toll on Joe Flacco’s reputation

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has accomplished a lot in his tenure with the Ravens, but sometimes you would think he’s incompetent based on critics. Last week, ESPN’s Mark Brunell put Flacco in the second tier of NFL quarterbacks — a list that included guys like Andy Dalton, Carson Palmer and Colin Kaepernick. How disrespectful can you be? How can one put a recent...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Joe Flacco earned every bit of the nickname “Joe Cool” after these remarks

“I want us to be better,” Flacco said. “I think we’re going to be better. I definitely think we have the ability to. That’s what’s exciting about it.” These were Joe Flacco’s remarks in regard to the Baltimore Ravens’ new offense going into a new season. What an interesting statement coming from a quarterback who contributed to the best Ravens offense in their 19...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

2015 NFL predictions: AFC North

Predications about NFL standings in the spring are often looked upon with chagrin in December, but people try anyway. In this series, I will go from division to division, predicting the standings for the 2015 NFL Season, as well as analyzing each teams ceiling and floor as far as potential outcomes for the season go. Cleveland Browns Best-case scenario: The Browns investments in...
Via isportsweb.com
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Baltimore Ravens NFL Draft recap

It’s been a happy week around Baltimore for Marc Trestman, the Ravens new offensive coordinator. In last week’s NFL Draft, the Ravens selected six offensive players, including five receiving targets for Joe Flacco. In total, it was a very successful draft for Ozzie Newsome and the Ravens. The team was able to fill a number of holes on both sides of the ball. Breshad Perriman...
Via isportsweb.com
22 days ago  |  Discuss

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...
Via Sportsnaut
April 26, 2015  |  Discuss
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