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Baltimore Beatdown May 27, 2015

The Greatest Leader in the 20th Century NFL?

We all know and love the iconic player that is Ray Lewis, but as a leader his abilities are unparalleled. In a league that is increasingly Quarterback-centric, that is the highest praise. Ray Lewis. Icon. Hall of Famer. Legend. GOAT. Now TV personality and inspirational speaker. But the most underrated part of his legacy were his motivational abilities. In 2012, despite his and Ed Reed's eroding skills, he took a team with one of the least talented defenses of his career and turned them into a solid, opportunistic defense which was able to create additional opportunities for Joe Flacco's...
Baltimore Beatdown May 24, 2015

Steve Nash, Among Others, Praise Joe Flacco

Steve Nash, the basketball legend, praised Joe Flacco by calling him 'elite' in a Reddit AMA yesterday. Who else is praising Flacco? From one legend, to another. Yesterday, in an AMA (Ask Me Anything) session on the popular internet site Reddit, legendary basketball player Steve Nash was faced with a very pressing, 'hard-hitting' question. One that is heavily debated, and could land Nash in some hot water if he didn't answer correctly. "is Joe Flacco an elite NFL quarterback?" asked Reddit user /u/mark_evans1. Nash's answer? "Pretty much." Looks like Nash is one of us, drinking the...
Baltimore Beatdown May 21, 2015

Joe Flacco Isn't Elite, He's a Winner

"All I do is win, win, win no matter what." - DJ Khaled on Joe Flacco Yesterday, former NFL Quarterback and ESPN NFL analyst Mark Brunell reignited the fire that is the debate of Joe Flacco's 'eliteness'. Brunell unveiled his 'QB Rankings' on ESPN, he split his rankings into two tiers, and notably excluded Flacco from the first tier and deemed him 'second tier' material. Brunell's opinions likely inadvertently started what seems to be the annual offseason tradition of discussing Flacco's 'eliteness'. This whole charade seemingly put on by the media every offseason is laughable and quite...
Baltimore Beatdown May 20, 2015

Joe Flacco ranked as the 11th best QB situation

Patrick Daugherty from Rotoworld took the time to rank all the quarterback situations in the NFL. Obviously the closer to #1, the better the situation for the quarterback. Flacco finds himself a little above middle-ground with a ranking at number 11. Patrick Daugherty from Rotoworld took the time to rank all the quarterback situations in the NFL. Obviously the closer to #1, the better the situation for the quarterback. Flacco finds himself a little above middle-ground with a ranking at number 11. Daugherty notes that Flacco is known for his lack of personality more than his ability to win...
Baltimore Beatdown May 20, 2015

Joe Flacco Could Hit 4,000 Yards In 2015

In the past two seasons, Joe Flacco has come within 20 yards of throwing for 4,000 yards. 2015 could be the first time he does it. One of the few things that Joe Flacco's detractors have against him is that Joe Flacco has yet to break the 4,000 yard mark. And while this is currently true, his best season still had him 14 yards short of 4,000 at the end. But that's a marginal miss. That's a dropped ball or maybe a few handoffs in a blowout. He should be able to surpass those numbers in 2015, and here's why. 1. He should have the best group of pass catchers he's ever had. Joe Flacco has never...
Baltimore Beatdown May 19, 2015

Ravens Top Five: Quarterbacks

This series will be taking a look at the Ravens top five players at every position in franchise history. First on the list is quarterback. 1. Joe Flacco (2008-present) There's no doubt with this one. Flacco is the Ravens all-time leader in passing touchdowns, yards, attempts, completions, and wins. Flacco was the hero of the 2012 postseason and was voted as Super Bowl MVP in recognition of his efforts. This is unarguably the most successful period in the history of the Ravens, and he's a big reason for that success. 2. Vinnie Testaverde (1996-1997) Testaverde might not have anywhere near as...

Pittsburgh Steelers Ben Roethlisberger ranked 3rd best QB in NFL

Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger has never gotten the respect most feel he is due. In a recent NFL Network breakdown of the Top 10 QBs of 2015 he finally is considered to be an 'elite' quarterback in the league. The discussion never ends in regards to who is an 'elite' quarterback in the NFL. Whether people are discussing Eli Manning or Joe Flacco, the debate never ends between the top tier signal callers in the league and those are considered either game-managers or some who are scraping the bottom of the barrel. Pittsburgh Steelers fans have historically been frustrated with...
Baltimore Beatdown May 13, 2015

2015 Ravens Depth Chart: Quarterbacks

Assessing the Ravens depth chart at QB heading into 2015 The Players: Joe Flacco, Matt Schaub,Bryn Renner Guaranteed: Joe Flacco The Ravens have one of the most drama-free quarterback situations in the NFL. Joe Flacco is one of three quarterbacks to start every game since 2008, and he will keep that going this year, as his excellent 2014 season tightens what was an already iron grip on the job of starting quarterback. Flacco will spend the summer building chemistry with his new targets and communicating with new offensive coordinator Marc Trestman and new quarterbacks coach Marty...
Baltimore Beatdown May 10, 2015

Breshad Perriman: Will he set the Ravens rookie record for Touchdowns?

Our 2 best rookie receiver have come in the past 5 years, both with Joe Flacco as QB. Can Perriman beat that? Now that the draft is over and camps have begun, we can now begin to analyze and break down our expectations for this exciting group of players. The biggest overhaul on the team comes at receiving weapons, where we surprisingly spent our top 2 picks to give Flacco better options. I know many of us are excited to see Crockett Gillmore, Kamar Aiken, Marlon Brown, and Michael Campanaro take the next step. But our newest 1st round pick has a higher ceiling than any of those players. Joe...
Newark Star-Ledger May 9, 2015

Mike Flacco, brother of Baltimore Ravens' Joe Flacco, tries out for Jets

Flacco, a native of Audubon, is a 28-year-old tight end.
Newsday May 8, 2015

Mike Flacco hopes Jets rookie minicamp will lead to spot in NFL - like brother Joe

Mike Flacco hopes he'll be here past the weekend.
Baltimore Beatdown May 7, 2015

Baltimore Ravens ILB C.J. Mosley makes the Top 100, coming in at #94

Looks like Mosley, the ROY runner-up is not only appreciated by Ravens Fan. He will be a stalwart on this list for years to come. The NFL Network has begun their countdown of Top 100 players of 2015. Near Rookie of the Year C.J. Mosley was voted into the top 100 after just one NFL season, slotting in at #94. He is the second Raven, following Star Quarterback Joe Flacco at #97. C.J. was a top ILB in 2015 following being drafted 17th in the 1st round. C.J. was a key cog on a very good Ravens defense, leading the team to the playoffs, a win over rival Pittsburgh in the Wild Card round and a...
Baltimore Beatdown May 7, 2015

The Countdown for Top 100 Players: #97 Ravens QB Joe Flacco

We all look upon this countdown as inaccurate, and badly done. Nevertheless, I am sure there will be plenty of upset fans.... The NFL Network has begun their countdown of Top 100 players of 2015. Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco continues his underrated streak, falling 39 spots from last year.  The only year there was any respect given to Flacco was 2012, following the Ravens Lombardi winning season when he won Super Bowl MVP and had one of the 2 best postseasons in the history of the National Football League. This year he was ranked #97, despite the Ravens offense setting franchise records...
Baltimore Sun May 6, 2015

Joe Flacco ranked 97th on NFL Network top 100 players list

Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco ranks 97th on NFL Network's annual list of the top 100 players in football.
News-Herald May 2, 2015
Cleveland Browns defend quarterback situation following NFL draft

Cleveland Browns defend quarterback situation following NFL draft

The 2015 NFL draft is history, and the quarterback landscape in the AFC North remains unchanged.The combined regular-season record of Ben Roethlisberger of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Joe Flacco of the Baltimore Ravens and Andy Dalton of the Cincinnati Bengals is 218-115. The combined record of Josh McCown and Johnny Manziel, who will compete for the Browns starting job, is 17-34.

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Ravens Player News

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    Michael Campanaro

    Wide receiver Michael Campanaro's Season Isn't Over

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    Justin Forsett

    Ravens running back Justin Forsett ranked 65th on NFL Network top 100 players list

  • Joe Flacco

    Underestimate Justin Forsett at Your Own Peril

  • Kyle Arrington

    Baltimore Ravens' salary cap information

  • Breshad Perriman

    Ravens first-round pick Breshad Perriman to throw out first pitch at tonight's Orioles game

  • Matt Elam

    Ravens safety Matt Elam says he's ready to 'break out' after disappointing first two seasons

  • Dennis Pitta

    2015 Ravens Depth Chart: Tight End

  • Carl Davis

    Ravens third-round defensive tackle Carl Davis signs four-year, $2.95 million contract

  • Terrell Suggs

    Baltimore Ravens edge rushers make top 10 scariest position groups list

  • Marshal Yanda

    If Ravens want to extend Marshal Yanda, it's going to cost them