Way back on Jan. 4, when 2016 started and the Ravens’ very disappointing season had come to a close, during the team’s locker “clean-out day,” Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco was discussing what all went wrong during the season, while also giving his two cents regarding what the team could do to improve in the offseason. 829 more words
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Sunday without football lead me to think about some of my favorite Ravens’ moments. I will post them throughout the offseason. They are not in any order but of course the first post includes Joe, since he never seems to get the respect he deserves, and the rival Steelers for obvious reasons. 82 more words
Since winning the Superbowl in 2013, Joe Flacco has seen the big contract with the big bucks come to him. Joe Flacco signed an extension contract in March for 3-years for $66,400,000 with the Baltimore Ravens that includes a $40,000,000 signing bonus and that’s just for resigning that is easy for any player to do that gets a load of money. 68 more words
There are not a lot of right-minded thinking football fans who would suggest Joe Flacco is an elite quarterback, although you might think he would get a bit of support in his team’s hometown state of Maryland – You would be wrong. 407 more words
The report that Saints quarterback Drew Brees was willing to re-do his contract to help the Saints sign cornerback Josh Norman, which emerged after it was too late for the Saints to sign Josh Norman, seems on the surface to be good news for a team that desperately needs to chop down its franchise quarterback’s $30 million cap number. 554 more words
With the Maryland primary just four days away, Senator Ted Cruz has been busy holding rallies in his quest to stop Donald Trump.
But Teddy might’ve hit a road bump during a rally in Frederick when he was asked one very important question: Is Joe Flacco an elite quarterback? 42 more words
I’m back, and Ravens fans aren’t going to like me for this one.
I just don’t get it. I really don’t. I don’t usually like to take down athletes because I know that I could never be doing what they are doing on the field each week, but this one continues to be mind-boggling to me. 697 more words