The Baltimore Ravens were probably going to beat the Miami Dolphins anyway, but after the dirty hit on Joe Flacco they decided to really kick some Dolphin ass! It actually turned out to be the biggest shut out in Baltimore Ravens history! It was the worst ass whipping the Miami Dolphins received in the last 20 years!
Joe Flacco left the game with a head injury after a devastating hit while sliding. The Ravens defense responded by shutting the Dolphins down and the Ravens fried the fish with a score of 40 to 0. Go Ravens!
The Baltimore Ravens stink this year. Let’s be blunt. The Ravens are not built for Joe Flacco to be throwing the ball over 70% of the time. The Ravens need a balanced attack which will open up play action opportunities. The Ravens need to get back to running the ball and playing good defense. That is Ravens football.
Although Joe Flacco did not throw an interception in the game against the Minnesota Vikings this past Sunday, he didn’t exactly light up the scoreboard with points or rack up much yardage throwing the football. Joe Flacco has never really had amazing stats but he has at least been a winning quarterback earlier in his career. Flacco has thrown more interceptions than he has touchdowns this year. The Ravens need to commit to running the football at least until Joe Flacco gets his act together.
The Baltimore Ravens used to be very tough to beat at home. The Ravens let the Chicago Bears come into M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday and beat them with a rookie quarterback. That’s right our well paid veteran quarterback Joe Flacco got beat by a rookie quarterback at home. Joe Flacco threw two interceptions in the game and has looked horrible all season.
Eric Weddle looked like garbage and missed a key tackle in overtime and fell on his back and basically go ran over by Chicago Bears running back Jordan Howard. The play led to the Chicago Bears winning field goal to make the final score 27 to 24 in OT. The play reminded me of the play when Eric Weddle let Pittsburgh Steelers WR Antonio Brown overpower him at the goal line last Christmas in what became known as the immaculate extension. To Eric Weddle’s credit, he did accept full responsibility for the missed tackle.
Safety Eric Weddle Puts Loss on His Shoulders After Missed Tackle