Ravens quarterback and Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco is still making the post-game rounds.
Tyrod Taylor is the forgotten quarterback at the Super Bowl.
Super Bowl has a pair of fresh faces at quarterback, bona fide nobodies as far as the NFL title game goes. One will leave New Orleans as football’s newest star.
Are you ready for the Super Bowl? The Ravens players are practicing hard for their game against the 49ers and fans are getting more and more excited.
Less than a week after leading the Baltimore Ravens to a remarkable double overtime win over the Denver Broncos, quarterback Joe Flacco is gracing the cover of this week’s issue of Sports Illustrated.
That said, Peyton Manning is my favorite athlete to watch in sports. The way he has come back from all these surgeries, and shut up the critics, is amazing.
All the Baltimore Ravens have to do to clinch a fifth straight trip to the playoffs is beat a struggling team that’s lost two straight and has serious issues at quarterback.
For the third consecutive game, the Steelers will be without their star quarterback. At least it appears as if they’ll have the quarterback of their defense and the reigning team MVP back on the field.
If a Super Bowl ring is necessary for an NFL quarterback to earn elite status, then Joe Flacco has some work to do before joining the ranks.
The Pittsburgh Steelers say Byron Leftwich will start for injured quarterback Ben Roethlisberger in Sunday’s key matchup against the Baltimore Ravens.
An unfathomable rash of injuries has turned a once-promising season into a disaster for Maryland.
The University of Maryland football team has sure been cursed by the QB gods this season.