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QB Joe Flacco - Baltimore Ravens

6-6, 236Born: 1-16-1985College: DelawareDrafted: Round 1, pick 18

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WEEKOPPoSNAPCMPATTYDTDINTRSHYDTDFumLPts
16 vs IND 73 29 38 237 2 0 4 -2 0 0 19.65
17 vs CIN 76 25 47 203 2 1 0 0 0 0 17.15

Recent Game Summaries

2017 Week 17 vs CIN (25 / 47 / 203 / 2 / 1 pass, 0 / 0 / 0 rush)

Flacco led a frustrated offense in the first half, at one point having seven straight drives without a first down. A combination of drops and misgauged deep balls caused the sluggishness. In the second half, Flacco was much better, distributing the ball quickly from the shotgun and spreading it around to his receivers, tight ends, and running backs. A Chris Moore drop led to a long interception return for a touchdown, but Flacco brought the team back to take the lead and had a chance to ice the game late in the fourth quarter, but wasn't close on his final attempt with the lead.

2017 Week 16 vs IND (29 / 38 / 237 / 2 / 0 pass, 4 / -2 / 0 rush)

Flacco was steady and moved the offense consistently despite the rain. He worked the short passing game with skill and negotiated the pocket well against the mild Colts pass rush. Flacco converted third downs effectively and often atoned for mistakes - getting yardage back to preserve a field goal after a sack and finding Mike Campanaro for a score after he badly missed a wide open Nick Boyle. Flacco was able to use the middle of the field downfield with Mike Wallace and his arm was the main engine of the offense.

2017 Week 15 vs CLE (26 / 42 / 288 / 1 / 0 pass, 4 / 3 / 1 rush)

Joe Flacco moved the Ravens into the red zone on their opening possession. Flacco connected with Maclin down the seam for 22 yards before completing to Wallace and Boyle underneath. An end zone target for Mike Wallace was batted at the line of scrimmage forcing a field goal attempt. The Ravens offense went three and out on consecutive drives thanks to failure to execute in the passing game including a 3rd down drop by Chris Moore. The Ravens offense was not able to capitalize on excellent starting field position. The Ravens were stopped on 4 consecutive plays inside the Browns' 5 yard line and turned the ball over on downs. The Ravens responded with a touchdown drive. Flacco was nearly perfect on the drive with a very nice 30 yard completion to Mike Wallace and a back shoulder throw to Ben Watson up the seam. Flacco capped the drive with a 2 yard keeper from shotgun formation. Following another turnover the Ravens offense took advantage of excellent field position. Flacco hit a wide open Ben Watson for a 33 yard catch and run touchdown giving the Ravens a two score lead. The Ravens offense was more conservative in the second half and found less success especially with a big lead after a defensive score. Flacco connected with Wallace for a 21 yard completion over the middle to set up a field goal attempt. The Ravens two possessions in the 4th quarter were comprised of almost entirely run plays outside of a 17 yard completion to Michael Campanaro on 3rd and 16.

2017 Week 14 vs PIT (20 / 35 / 269 / 2 / 1 pass, 0 / 0 / 0 rush)

Joe Flacco started the game with a 22 yard completion to Danny Woodhead on 3rd down but threw an ugly interception on the Ravens while the Ravens were well within Justin Tucker's field goal range. The pass was intended for Maclin but fell nowhere near him. The Ravens were again able to get a few first downs on their second possession but the drive again stalled with another miscue between Flacco and Maclin. Flacco put together a methodical scoring drive punctuated by a 30 yard touchdown to Chris Moore. Flacco's pass was underthrown but good enough for the score. Flacco connected with Mike Wallace for a 40 yard gain to open the Ravens ensuing possession the pass was again underthrown but Flacco completed the easy throw. Flacco almost threw an ugly interception to Cam Heyward who jumped in front of Woodhead underneath. Flacco was again almost intercepted this time by Artie Burns who would have made the play had Wallace not ripped the ball out of his hands forcing an incompletion. The Ravens scored touchdowns on consecutive possessions that were fueled by the run game and Alex Collins. Flacco did connect with Maclin for 19 yards and Mike Wallace drew a 31 yard pass interference penalty to set up a 6 yard touchdown pass to Patrick Ricard. The Ravens final scoring drive featured a personal foul penalty and a questionable 20 yard pass interference call. Buck Allen capped the drive with a 9 yard touchdown run. The Ravens offense did not manage a first down during their two final possessions with the game on the line

2017 Week 13 vs DET (23 / 36 / 269 / 2 / 0 pass, 1 / -1 / 0 rush)

Joe Flacco and the Ravens passing game played their best game of the season. The Ravens first three possessions netted only 3 points in large part due to 2 dropped passes on third down. Jeremy Maclin and Chris Moore were each responsible for a drive killing drop. Flacco's best throw of the game was a bomb to Mike Wallace that hit Wallace in stride 50 yards downfield. The long pass play set up a touchdown to Ben Watson off of play action. Flacco and the Ravens capitalized on great field position with another touchdown drive. Flacco threw a very nice back shoulder pass to Wallace down the sideline for 23 yards. Flacco capped the drive with a 3 yard touchdown to fullback Patrick Ricard. Flacco set up a field goal before halftime with 17 yard completions to Maclin and Wallace. The Ravens offense became much more conservative in the second half, relying on the run game and the short to intermediate pass game to score points. Flacco completed a 23 yard pass to set up an Alex Collins touchdown. Collins consistently churned out yardage and moved the chains. The Ravens defense contributed 2 second half turnovers including a pick six.

2017 Week 12 vs HOU (20 / 32 / 141 / 0 / 0 pass, 6 / 42 / 0 rush)

Joe Flacco and the Ravens offense struggled to produce points against a Texans defense that has been depleted by injuries. Flacco had fewer completions 20 yards downfield than punter Sam Koch. Flacco was not on the same page as his receivers multiple times throughout the game with multiple throws falling more than 10 yards away from his intended target. The Ravens managed 17 first half points largely due to the aforementioned successful fake punt and a 29 yard carry by Alex Collins on 4th and 1. Flacco was very conservative and happy to take check downs instead of throwing the ball downfield. Flacco had more time in the pocket than in previous games but still struggled to connect with his receivers. Flacco did have a potential big play dropped by Mike Wallace and he made a couple of nice throws but they were too few and far between. The Ravens struggled to sustain offense and create big plays resulting in terrible efficiency.

2017 Week 11 vs GB (22 / 28 / 183 / 1 / 1 pass, 2 / -1 / 0 rush)

The Ravens first possession showed promise but stalled thanks to a wild snap from Ryan Jensen going over the head of Joe Flacco as he tried to call timeout. The Ravens moved into the red zone on their second possession but had to settle for a field goal after a run stop on 3rd and 2. The most notable play of the drive was Flacco overthrowing Nick Boyle down the seam. The pass should have been intercepted by Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, but Dix could not make the catch. Following a big play by Alex Collins and a 15 yard penalty Flacco threw an ugly interception down the seam targeting Danny Woodhead who was blanketed by Clinton-Dix. Flacco responded to the interception with a nice streak of positive plays. Flacco connected with Maclin to set up a field goal attempt to close the first half. Then Flacco found Ben Watson wide open off play action for 33 yards to open the second half and capped the drive with a perfect throw into tight coverage for a 21 yard touchdown to Mike Wallace. Upon establishing a two score lead the Ravens offense became significantly more conservative and leaned on Alex Collins to carry the load. For the remainder of the game Flacco made one attempt to throw downfield that resulted in sack. The remaining pass attempts were mostly underneath to running backs and tight ends.

2017 Week 9 vs TEN (34 / 52 / 261 / 2 / 2 pass, 1 / 7 / 0 rush)

Joe Flacco displayed his sub-par accuracy on the Ravens opening possession. Flacco threw too high for Wallace who had separation underneath, threw off target downfield to Breshad Perriman, and a third down pass landed at Ben Watson's feet. Flacco was picked off the following possession making a questionable throw downfield to Perriman. The only success Flacco found in the first half was throwing to Jeremy Maclin who Flacco found for gains of 19, 15, and 10. Flacco was again intercepted to open the second half. Flacco forced the ball down the sideline to Ben Watson who was blanketed by Kevin Byard. Flacco drew a flag for intentional grounding on third and short demonstrating his inability to deliver a pass on time and run an NFL offense. The Ravens managed their first touchdown following an interception. Flacco connected with Watson for 16 then found Buck Allen in the corner of the end zone for a 3 yard score. The Ravens put together a lethargic touchdown drive down 10 points with 4 minutes remaining. Flacco played conservatively taking underneath completions to move the ball downfield. Flacco hit Wallace for a 1 yard touchdown to cap the drive.

2017 Week 8 vs MIA (10 / 15 / 101 / 1 / 0 pass, 1 / 9 / 0 rush)

The Ravens managed one first down on their opening possession before punting. Flacco put together a touchdown drive after starting in excellent field position. Flacco capped the drive with one of his best throws of the season a 34 yard touchdown to Jeremy Maclin down the sideline. The Ravens promptly went 3 and out on their ensuing possession. Despite having success on their one downfield pass attempt the Ravens became conservative upon establishing a one score lead. The Ravens turned to the run game and were happy to settle for field goals. The Ravens moved the ball into the red zone with a long completion to Alex Collins on a check down. A few plays later Flacco was knocked out of the game by Kiko Alonso absorbing a hit to the helmet as he slid. Flacco was placed in concussion protocol and did not return to the game.

2017 Week 7 vs MIN (27 / 39 / 186 / 1 / 0 pass, 1 / 0 / 0 rush)

Joe Flacco was sacked by Danielle Hunter who beat Austin Howard almost untouched forcing a 3 and out on the Ravens opening possession. The Ravens managed a field goal on their second possession but only because of an unnecessary roughness penalty. Flacco sacked himself to conclude the Ravens third possession tripping over his feet as he tried to set them. The Ravens managed a long field goal on their next drive with completions to Buck Allen and Michael Campanaro. The Ravens gained 1 first down on their two final possessions of the first half. The Ravens went three and out to open the second half with Flacco absorbing a sack from an unblocked Anthony Barr. The Ravens managed another field goal with a combination of running plays and short passes to Griff Whalen. The Ravens again went three and out with another sack on third down on the ensuing drive. Flacco did find a little more success throwing the ball in the 4th quarter after the Vikings had established a two score lead. Flacco connected twice with Chris Moore downfield and hit Ben Watson down the seam.

2017 Week 6 vs CHI (24 / 41 / 180 / 0 / 2 pass, 1 / 2 / 0 rush)

Joe Flacco and the Ravens offense managed one first down on their first three possessions. Flacco twice handled pressure poorly during the Ravens opening possessions. Flacco took an ugly sack and forced a hold from Nick Boyle as he escaped the pocket unnecessarily. The Ravens next two possesions ended with turnovers. The first was a fumble by Maxx Williams and the second was a dropped pass by Breshad Perriman that was intercepted. The Ravens ensuing possession ended with an ugly drop by Michael Campanaro. Flacco completed his first pass downfield with less than two minutes remaining in the first half. Flacco moved the Ravens into the red zone with two more completions but killed the drive with another ugly sack and a delay of game penalty. The offense managed only a field goal attempt after taking over inside Chicago's 40 yard line. The drive consisted of running plays and short passes to tight ends outside of 1 throw Flacco made when he was beyond the line of scrimmage. Flacco was again intercepted on the Ravens following possession. The pass was once again dropped by a receiver before being intercepted this time Chris Moore was the culprit. Joe Flacco and the Ravens offense went 3 and out in overtime with great starting field position to secure the loss.

2017 Week 5 vs OAK (19 / 26 / 222 / 0 / 0 pass, 3 / -4 / 0 rush)

Joe Flacco played well and had his best game of the season against the Raiders. Flacco opened the game with a very nice 52 yard completion down the sideline to Mike Wallace. Vince Mayle capped the drive with a 2 yard touchdown run off of misdirection. Flacco kept the offense on schedule as the running game got going on the Ravens ensuing possession. The Ravens clearly emphasized the run game and getting the ball out of Flacco's hands quickly. Flacco completed twice to Maclin moving the Ravens into the red zone. Buck Allen capped the drive with a 1 yard touchdown run. Flacco delivered another bomb to Wallace for 54 yards. A perfect throw would have seen Wallace score a 62 yard touchdown but Flacco did well to complete the pass 50 yards downfield. The Ravens executed poorly to open the second half and began the half with 2 three and outs. Flacco got the offense back on track picking up 40 yards with completions downfield to Perriman and Wallace. A few plays later Flacco targeted Maclin in the end zone but Reggie Nelson defended the pass well forcing a field goal attempt. Red zone passing was the one area where Flacco struggled. The Ravens went run heavy with their play calling for the remainder of the game and ran out the clock.

2017 Week 4 vs PIT (31 / 49 / 235 / 1 / 2 pass, 0 / 0 / 0 rush)

Joe Flacco threw well off the mark and was nearly intercepted targeting Jeremy Maclin underneath forcing a punt. The Ravens second possession ended with Flacco again targeting Maclin underneath, this time the throw was late and broken up by Sean Davis. The Ravens third possession featured a drop by Mike Wallace and an ugly sack absorbed by Flacco forcing a punt. The remainder of the first half entailed a fumble by Alex Collins, and one first down. To open the second half, Flacco and the Ravens offense could not capitalize on beginning a drive inside the red zone following an interception. Flacco missed a wide open Breshad Perriman who would have walked into the end zone untouched. Flacco was sacked a few plays later to force a field goal attempt. Following a long run by Alex Collins the Ravens once again found themselves in the red zone. Flacco threw by far his best pass of the game between two defenders to Mike Wallace for a 16 yard touchdown. Flacco began to find a bit of a rhythm but killed his own momentum with poor play under pressure. Flacco did not seem confident making plays under pressure. He even seemed hesitant to throw the ball away at times which resulted in unnecessary sacks. Flacco was intercepted on the Ravens ensuing possession. Flacco made a terrible throw under pressure right to Ryan Shazier who had undercut Benjamin Watson. Flacco was again intercepted forcing the ball down the seam to Michael Campanaro on 4th and 13 with the game out of hand.

2017 Week 3 vs JAX (8 / 18 / 28 / 0 / 2 pass, 0 / 0 / 0 rush)

Joe Flacco played significantly worse than Ryan Mallett who replaced him in the 4th quarter. Flacco and the Ravens offense opened the game with 4 consecutive 3 and outs. Flacco struggled to complete short underneath passes that usually keep the offense on schedule. Flacco missed Terrence West in the flat and Jeremy Maclin down the seam for potential first down conversions. Flacco was sacked twice during those 4 possessions and never looked comfortable in the pocket for the remainder of the game. Flacco was intercepted the Ravens ensuing possession. Flacco threw back shoulder to Maclin who nearly made the catch but had the ball stolen from him by AJ Bouye. Flacco's first completion came with 4 minutes remaining in the first half. The only first down the Ravens converted in the first half was thanks to an offside penalty by Jacksonville which shortened the down and distance. Flacco threw another interception on the Ravens opening possession of the second half. Flacco either expected Mike Wallace to run a different route or made a terrible throw directly to Jalen Ramsey. Joe Flacco was replaced by Ryan Mallett following a Terrence West fumble.

2017 Week 2 vs CLE (25 / 34 / 217 / 2 / 1 pass, 1 / -1 / 0 rush)

Joe Flacco played well outside of an ugly interception. The Ravens used Flacco repeatedly on bootlegs off of play action and Flacco looked well throwing on the run. Flacco looked sharp and connected with Jeremy Maclin and Ben Watson on the Ravens opening possession. The drive stalled with a drop by Breshad Perriman. Flacco appeared to predetermine where he would throw the ball on a deep heave to Mike Wallace that was easily intercepted by Jason McCourty. Wallace was not expecting the pass. Flacco responded with his best drive of the game. Flacco escaped the pocket after his initial reads were covered and connected with Ben Watson down the sideline for 20 yards. Flacco again found Watson for 23 more yards down the seam beating the blitz. Flacco capped the drive with a bullet to Buck Allen on a bootleg off of play action for a 9 yard touchdown. Following an interception and a long run by Allen, Flacco found Maclin for a 2 yard touchdown. After two stalled possessions with the passing game beginning to look out of sync, the Ravens returned to a ground heavy attack with a two score lead.

2017 Week 1 vs CIN (9 / 17 / 121 / 1 / 1 pass, 0 / 0 / 0 rush)

Joe Flacco and the Ravens offense took a hyper conservative approach against the Bengals. The offense was inefficient and failed to take advantage of the 5 turnovers forced by the defense. Flacco attempted 1 pass downfield but otherwise relied on the run game, short passing game, and defense to generate offense. The game plan became even more conservative after the Ravens took 17-0 lead at halftime. Flacco did not complete a pass in the second half and both Terrence West and Buck Allen ended the game with more carries than Flacco had pass attempts. Flacco heavily targeted Danny Woodhead on the Ravens opening possession. The drive stalled in the red zone with a wayward Flacco pass falling between Woodhead and Breshad Perriman forcing a field goal attempt. The Ravens following possession ended with a quick 3 and out. On 3rd down Flacco threw at the feet of Jeremy Maclin who had separation in the middle of the field. The Ravens again went 3 and out the ensuing possession. This time Flacco was sacked on 3rd down after holding the ball far too long and not throwing to Nick Boyle who was open underneath. Flacco connected with Boyle off of play action for 14 yards and hit Jeremy Maclin on a slant route who took the catch 48 yards to the end zone for the Ravens first touchdown. Under pressure Flacco threw off target on a check down to Terrence West. The pass was tipped and intercepted. Flacco did not complete a pass for the remainder of the game.

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Ravens | Baltimore could draft quarterback (Thu Jan 4, 12:12 PM) - Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco may be mentoring a successor in the near future, according to head coach John Harbaugh. Harbaugh said the Ravens will 'for sure' be talking about drafting a quarterback this year with Flacco turning 33 years old in a couple of weeks. Baltimore has not selected a quarterback in the first five rounds of a draft since they took Flacco with the 18th overall pick in 2008.

Our View: Flacco had about as poor a season as he's ever had, and there will certainly be questions as to how much more he has in the tank. We wouldn't expect a new starter anytime soon, but don't be shocked if the Ravens grab a quarterback on Day 2 of the draft.
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