Baltimore Ravens Success in 2010 Will Fall On Joe Flacco’s Shoulders

May 4, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Baltimore Ravens gave the fans a treat this offseason, of being more active than they have had in recent years.
It started with the signing of Dante Stallworth, and the acquisition of Anquan Boldin, to bolster the weak receiving corps.
The draft was also a resource for the Ravens, who added youth to the defense and brought in young, athletic tight ends for the future.
And now the pressure will shift to quarterback Joe Flacco, who enters his third season as a starter.
In his first two years, Flacco has not received nearly as much of the blame for the team's losses. In his rookie season, Flacco was a game manager who relied on the power of the running game and the defense for victory.
Year two was another step for Flacco, who had more freedom in the offense, but still couldn't be fully counted on each and every week.
However, as he enters his third season, it will be time for Flacco to take control of the offense, despite the running game he has behind h...

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