How Can the Baltimore Ravens Fix Joe Flacco, Passing Game vs. Browns?

September 14, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Baltimore Ravens fell to the Denver Broncos in their Week 1 meeting, with Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning outscoring Baltimore's Joe Flacco and his offense, 49-27.
Manning scored a record-tying seven passing touchdowns in the game, while Flacco completed just 34 of his 62 pass attempts. Though he had two touchdowns, he also threw two interceptions and he couldn't keep up with the Broncos' production. 
The Ravens have a decidedly easier opponent in Week 2 with the Cleveland Browns coming to town, but considering how Manning shredded Baltimore's defense, it's possible Flacco could find himself playing from behind again. And any mistakes, no matter the score, aren't going to help the Ravens get their first win of the season. 
So how can the Ravens improve their passing game and use it to defeat the Browns? Here are a few ways they can improve. 
Many of the Ravens' problems in the passing game stemmed from the receivers th...

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