NFL Fans Still Don't Think Flacco Is An 'Elite' QuarterbackAn increasing number of NFL fans said Flacco is not an elite quarterback, according to a new poll taken last week and released Monday by Public Policy Polling.
Holmes: Should The Ravens Trade For QB Mike Glennon?The Baltimore Ravens experienced their first dose of reality without Joe Flacco starting at quarterback in the latter part of the 2015-16 season.
Flacco Wants To Win Another Super Bowl For BaltimoreJoe Flacco's main goal is winning another Super Bowl with the Ravens.
Joe Flacco And Ravens Agree To New DealAccording to reports, the Ravens and QB Joe Flacco have agreed to a new deal.
Joel Corry On The Ravens' Salary Cap IssuesJoel Corry joined Norris and Davis to talk about the Ravens' salary cap issues.
Sports Rehab: Ravens @ Patriots Playoff BattleJohn Eisenberg of BaltimoreRavens.com joined Bob and Terry to talk about the Ravens as they prepare for this weekend's playoff battle against the Patriots.
In Playoffs, Ravens' Flacco Stands Tall Among League's QBs In the afterglow of a playoff victory over Pittsburgh last weekend, Ravens coach John Harbaugh proclaimed Joe Flacco to be "the best quarterback in football."
Travis Thomas: Five Reasons The Ravens Will Take Command Of The AFC North This SundayWith the win the Ravens will be in the driver’s seat of the division with a favorable schedule ahead.
Falcons At Ravens: Game Preview
Baltimore At Indianapolis Game PreviewThe Baltimore Ravens have overcome numerous challenges to put together a three-game winning streak, but now must navigate the most difficult portion of their schedule.
Glenn Younes: Ravens - 3 The Wrong WayAndy Dalton & the Bengals beat the Ravens in Baltimore 23-16 for so many reasons it would melt the mind. Lack of rhythm on offense comes to mind, lack of pass rush on defense too but... To me it's 3 things that went the wrong way that caused Dalton to leave Baltimore with his first win as a pro.
Steve Davis: Bengals@Ravens Post Game ReactionDon't panic. KC and Chicago, 2 teams expected to be playoff contenders, had surprising home losses, and New England and New Orleans, both Super Bowl contenders, start 0-1.