Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco expressed his displeasure over the team’s usage of the “Wildcat” offense after last week’s victory over the Jets.

(Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

(Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

On Tuesday, the 6th yr player and Super Bowl MVP , took things a step further by describing it as a “high school offense.”

“…it is what it is, I don’t like that stuff.  I think it makes you look like a high school offense. That’s just my opinion.”

“I don’t look at it as a slap in the face to me…I want as many chances as I can to get behind the line of scrimmage & I just don’t like that stuff in general.”

Listen to Joe Flacco’s comments below:

Flacco lined up as wide receiver on five occasions last week with back-up Tyrod Taylor serving as QB, and never took his hands out of his pocket. When I asked if he had spoken to the coaches he responded by saying “they know how I feel.”

Running back Ray Rice also expressed some sentiments for what Joe went through, while understanding the predicament the team was in.

The Ravens are preparing to host the Steelers on Thanksgiving . Both clubs are 5-6

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