The New England Patriots Tom Brady is known for his work on the field. But now, the Super Bowl quarterback has a new mission.
Just days away from the AFC championship game, quarterback Joe Flacco and wide receiver Torrey Smith posed for pictures and signed autographs with dozens.
The Baltimore Ravens’ defense intends to spend much of Sunday afternoon harassing New England quarterback Tom Brady and burying him in the pocket. Until that time, the game plan evidently is to smother him with praise.
I agree that Joe doesn’t get the credit he deserves. But he’s asking for trouble when he takes subtle shots like this.
You can’t joke with media members because the way it’s going to be portrayed is rarely going to resemble the way you intended.
Joe Flacco is the only quarterback in NFL history to reach the playoffs in each of his first four seasons.
Tyrod Taylor has learned the Baltimore Ravens playbook. He understands what it takes to be part of an NFL team, and has adjusted to being a rookie quarterback in a locker room filled with veteran leaders.
When C.J. Brown arrived at Maryland, he was one of six quarterbacks vying for a job.
Joe Flacco’s ability to deal with criticism and praise the same way has helped him handle the demands of being an NFL quarterback.
EJ Manuel passed for 264 yards and a touchdown, and freshman Devonta Freeman ran for 100 yards a second straight week as Florida State routed Maryland 41-16 on Saturday.
The health of Joe Flacco is a major priority for the Baltimore Ravens, and that responsibility falls on an offensive line that must do a better job of protecting the quarterback.
Including the playoffs, Joe Flacco is 40-20 as an NFL starting quarterback. The Ravens have made the post-season every year of his career. Barring the unforeseen, they are going to make it again this season.