Flacco completed 24 of 41 passes for 180 yards and two interceptions without a touchdown while adding a two-point conversion and a two-yard rush in Sunday's 27-24 overtime loss to the Bears.
Flacco threw for 67 more yards than opposing quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, but that's not saying much given the veteran's embarrassing 4.4 yards per attempt. Baltimore's two touchdowns in this one came on a kickoff return and a punt return as Flacco failed to lead the offense to paydirt while throwing a pick-six among his two interceptions. Flacco's touchdown-to-interception ratio now sits at an awful 4:8 to go with an average of just 167 passing yards per game. Surely you can find a better quarterback option on waivers.
Flacco completed 19 of 26 passes for 222 yards in Sunday's 30-17 win over the Raiders.
Flacco connected with Mike Wallace for gains of 54, 52 and 27, accounting for 59 percent of the quarterback's yardage. While his performance didn't do anything to help fantasy owners, Flacco had his best game of the season from the Ravens' perspective, even managing not to throw a pick for the first time since Week 11 last season. Sunday's mark of 8.5 yards per pass attempt was his best in any game since Week 8 in 2015. Encouraging as that may be for the Baltimore offense, it also illustrates that Flacco is among the least attractive fantasy options at quarterback. Expectations should remain modest, even in a favorable Week 6 home matchup against the Bears.
Flacco went 31-for-49 for 235 yards, one touchdown, and two interceptions in Sunday's loss to the Steelers.
Baltimore opened up the pass game a bit more Sunday, but Flacco still struggled to find much success as he averaged under 5.0 yards per attempt and turned in his second-consecutive outing with two interceptions. Dating back to last season, Flacco has now thrown a pick in 10 straight games. Baltimore has been inconsistent with its game plans to this point, as Flacco has had outings of 17, 34, 18, and 49 pass attempts, leading to volatility in his production. Flacco and the Ravens will hit the road again in Week 5 with a matchup in Oakland against the Raiders.
Flacco completed eight of 18 passes for 28 yards and tossed two interceptions in Sunday's 44-7 loss to the Jaguars in London.
A game manager the first two weeks of the season, Flacco found himself in a drastically different position Sunday and yet still ended up with fewer than 20 pass attempts. Playing behind a patchwork offensive line, he repeatedly settled for check downs and struggled to even complete those. The Ravens didn't pick up a first down until the final five minutes of the first half, and they only scored in garbage time after Ryan Mallett had taken over. Limited both by his own shortcomings and those of his supporting cast, Flacco offers little in the way of upside as the Ravens prepare for a Week 4 home game against the Steelers.
Flacco completed 25 of 34 pass attempts for 217 yards and two touchdowns during Sunday's 24-10 win over Cleveland.
After throwing for just 121 yards in Week 1, it was encouraging to see Flacco air it out a bit more against the Browns. The Ravens are likely to rely on their defense and running game most weeks, which isn't a favorable fantasy formula for any quarterback. However, while Flacco's upside is clearly capped, he's now turned in consecutive serviceable weeks to start 2017. Additionally, after missing the majority of training camp and all of the preseason, the 32-year-old veteran hasn't shown much rust. Baltimore travels to Jacksonville to face an improved Jaguars' defense in Week 3.
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