Denver fans are calling, tweeting and basically melting down trying to deep-six the Ravens number 5. A Denver broadcaster has gone “I’m as mad as hell and not going to take this any more” and asked his followers to join him in defacing Flacco posters along 16th street.
Huge banners featuring quarterbacks Peyton Manning and Joe Flacco have been put up outside of Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Broncos fans are fine with Manning, but they want to know why the competing quarterback is there as well?
With the Pitta Panic hopefully now subsiding the Baltimore Ravens offense has to take a real serious look at itself to figure out what it’s going to be in 2013.
Ron Jaworski from ESPN joined the Norris and Davis show to discuss Joe Flacco and the rest of the NFL.
No matter how great the front office is, and it’s great, no team can be perfect… but Baltimore did an extraordinary job during free agency, the draft and post draft signings.
Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is the face of the franchise. Now he’s going to play the face of the most celebrated athlete in Baltimore history.
Hopefully now, the Ravens will be able to retain a few key players, particularly, WR Anquan Boldin.
The six year/$120.6 million dollar contract represents so much more than just money. It’s a statement that says, “Now, more than ever, you must own this team from a player’s standpoint.” That’s what Flacco needs to do.
Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is now the highest paid player in NFL history. Ravens fans weigh in on whether or not they think he’s worth $120.6 million.
I am not sure anyone deserves $120 million for playing football, but if somebody does, I am fine with it being him.
Baltimore is a blue collar town with a blue collar quarterback.
“Obviously (a) bad choice of words, Wish I hadn’t said it.”