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#5 Joe Flacco, QB   Fantasy Football Injury Status   Probable - Illness
Baltimore Ravens
Height: 6'-6"
Weight: 245
Birthdate: January 16th,1985
Age: 30
College: Delaware
Year: 2008
Round: 1   Pick: 18
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The Super Bowl XLVII MVP sure didn't play like an MVP in 2013. Although Flacco set new career highs in attempts, completions and passing yards, he tossed a career-worst 22 picks and failed to throw at least 20 touchdown passes in a season for the first time since 2008. Flacco also averaged a respectable 244.5 passing yards per game, but he tossed multiple scoring strikes in just six contests. Flacco's disappointing campaign wasn't entirely his fault. Losing reliable targets Anquan Boldin (49ers) and Dennis Pitta (hip surgery) left Flacco with a severely depleted receiver corps; Torrey Smith was his only reliable target. Safety-valve Ray Rice also played ineffectively through injuries, and Baltimore's offensive line play was awful (48 sacks allowed). New Ravens offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak should get Flacco and the Baltimore offense back on track. Kubiak's scheme relies on play-action passing and the heavy use of tight ends, which obviously plays to the strong-armed Flacco's strengths. The Ravens upgraded their offensive line and bolstered Flacco's receiver corps by acquiring aging-but-reliable move-the-chains targets Steve Smith and Owen Daniels to go along with T. Smith, Pitta and the promising Marlon Brown. Remember one thing: Flacco historically has been a mediocre regular-season quarterback, and it's doubtful that will change.

Passing: 3700 Yards, 21 TD, 15 INT.
Rushing: 101 Yards, 2 TD.

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