Bryan Altman

Joe Flacco came close to breaking the NFL record for most consecutive completions in a game and broke the Ravens’ franchise record by completing 21 straight completions against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday afternoon.

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On top of that, the incompletion that broke Flacco’s streak was actually a tough, but relatively catchable ball for wide receiver Mike Wallace on a corner end zone route.

The single-game record for most completions in a row is 22, so Flacco finished just one shy of the mark. The Ravens’ franchise record was held by Flacco, who set the mark at 14 in 2009 during a game against the Denver Broncos.

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Flacco began the game 1-5 passing but finished on a tear. He wrapped up the first half with 141 yards passing and a seven-yard rushing TD as well.