Good article on joe here. I will pick out some parts.
""It's a little bit of everything [but] it all comes back to the quarterback," said Flacco, who has two touchdown passes over his last three games and hasn't completed at least 65 percent of his passes since Week 6, also the last time Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis played in a game. "You have to look at me. That's what it's all about."
For yous that think he doesn't blame himself.
"I think we have to get back to some of the no-huddle stuff," Flacco said. "Some of that is a little frustrating. We've gotten away from doing that a little bit. I think there are points out there to get, and we haven't taken advantage of that."
In the no-huddle this year, Flacco has had a quarterback rating of 112.6, thrown eight touchdowns and two interceptions, completed 64 percent of his passes, and the Ravens have averaged 7.2 yards per play. When huddling, Flacco has a rating of 75.7 to go along with seven touchdowns, six interceptions and a 58 percent completion percentage, while the offense has averaged 4.9 yards a play.
Clearly showing going away from the no huddle has totally, utterly hindered our offense, and that joe wants to run it more, yet cam won't allow it.
"Flacco said he didn't know why the team had gone away from the no-huddle. Offensive coordinator Cam Cameron said the decision is dictated by several factors, including the opponent, the flow of the game and whether the Ravens are home or away. Crowd noise on the road has made it tough for the players to hear Flacco's audibles at the line of scrimmage."
And the link to the rest http://www.baltimore...6995,full.story
Edited by arnie_uk, 09 December 2012 - 06:34 AM.