#5 Joe Flacco
 Pos: Quarterback
Injury: OK
 Experience: 8
College: Delaware
Height: 78
Weight: 245
Born: 1/16/1985
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Quarterback Rank: #13All Players: #96
Under the guidance of offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak, Flacco had maybe his best season to date. He rebounded in a big way from a poor season the year before. Flacco had 29 total touchdowns to 12 interceptions and finished just 14 yards shy of a 4,000-yard season. He set career highs in both touchdowns and passing yards. The bad news is Kubiak is gone, becoming head coach of the Broncos. But the good news is the Ravens hired Marc Trestman to be their offensive coordinator. Trestman is a great offensive mind that has produced a lot of top quarterbacks. Flacco has a top skill set for the position, possessing a strong arm and the ability to move around the pocket well. He lacks some accuracy at times and will make some poor decisions when rushed. Flacco is a top performer in the playoffs but can't always sustain that success in the regular season.
Flacco had a great year for his standards and still finished 14th in quarterback scoring. It is hard to count on him as anything more than a spot starter for fantasy teams. He'll produce well again this season and could even top last year but that still doesn't make him a top 10 fantasy quarterback. He'll throw for around 4,000 yards with 30 or so total scores and 14 interceptions.

comments about Joe Flacco


Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco said QB Matt Schaub has helped him understand the concepts of offensive coordinator Marc Trestman's system.
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Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco may be asked to restructure his contract in the near future because his salary cap figure for 2016 will be $28.5 million.
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Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco said he does not think the team needs to draft a wide receiver despite losing WR Torrey Smith to the San Francisco 49ers in free agency.
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Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco will have his fourth difference offensive coordinator in as many years in offensive coordinator Marc Trestman. However, head coach John Harbaugh is confident Flacco will get along with Trestman after the quarterback was involved in the decision to hire Trestman in the first place. I think personality-wise, they're going to hit it off really well. They've both very smart, they're both very detailed and they're both very direct in their communication,' Harbaugh said.
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Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco threw for 292 yards, four touchdowns and two interceptions in a 35-31 loss to the New England Patriots in the divisional-round playoff game Saturday, Jan. 10, snapping his streak of five straight playoff games without throwing an interception.
Fantasy Impact: Flacco had another great game in the playoffs. He just plays at a different level under the big lights.
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Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco is 17-for-22 with 146 yards and three touchdowns in the first half of the divisional-round playoff game Saturday, Jan. 10.
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Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco has averaged 15.3 yards per completion in five straight playoff wins, a testament to how aggressive he is throwing downfield in the postseason. Additionally, Flacco has yet to be intercepted in the playoffs, throwing 166 straight passes without connecting with his opponent.
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Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco said the team will not avoid throwing to the receiver that New England Patriots CB Darrelle Revis will be covering during the Divisional Round playoff game, because avoiding Revis could affect the team's performance. 'I think as a play-caller, you have to just go out there, rely on your guys that you have that are out there, rely on the fact that they have ability,' Flacco said. 'And as a quarterback, you have to go out there and just go through your reads. And if he's open, throw it to him; if he's not, don't.'
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Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco has drawn 15 defensive pass interference penalties this year, which was the most by any quarterback. He has drawn 78 penalties since coming into the league in 2008, which is the most by an NFL quarterback in that span. Eleven of the 15 accepted penalties this year came on throws more than 15 yards downfield, and a common theme on those passes were underthrown balls. The Ravens have scored 56 points this year after an accepted pass interference penalty.
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Baltimore Ravens WR Steve Smith has been held to just two catches for 21 yards in three games when he's been matched up against New England Patriots CB Darrelle Revis in his career, according to Pro Football Focus. QB Joe Flacco has thrown Revis' way a total of three times out of 164 snaps against the Ravens.
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