Will The Real Joe Flacco Please Stand Up?


Joe Flacco”s worst game of the season, before a nationally televised audience no less, left serious questions on whether or not he is a good enough quarterback to lead the Ravens to the promise land.

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The fourth-year quarterback was just 21 out of 38, throwing for a season low 137 yards and was intercepted on the Ravens final drive.

The biggest problem for Flacco has been consistency. Over the past four weeks, he has followed up a 300-yard passing with a game that has totaled 164 yards or less.

Before the Ravens” touchdown drive in the fourth quarter on Monday, Flacco passed for just 47 yards through the air. In the first half of Monday night”s debacle, Flacco had as many completions to himself as his receivers (one).

Flacco and the Ravens will play host to the Arizona Cardinals, who boast the league”s 28th- ranked pass defense. The Cardinals give up an average of 274 passing yards per game.