Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco’s placement in the middle of the pack of NFL quarterbacks basically describes his career since the 2014 season.
It’s not good, it’s not bad. Rather it’s just OK.
At 32 years old, Flacco still has the chance to climb the ranks as an elite-lever quarterback. It will be interesting to see how some changes on offense affect his ability to impact the Ravens chances this year though.
Baltimore replaced veteran wideout Steve Smith by signing free-agent pickup, wide receiver Jeremy Maclin, to a contract. He’ll join returning veteran Mike Wallace with the hopes of reinvigorating the Ravens so-so offense.
How well this aids Flacco is anyone’s guess.