So which offense will fans see Sunday night against the Pittsburgh Steelers?
Flacco said the offense can lean on its performance in the season-opening 28-point rout of the Steelers on Sept. 11. Flacco recorded career highs in touchdowns (three) and passer rating (117.6 passer rating), wide receiver Anquan Boldin scored his third touchdown in four meetings with Pittsburgh, and running back Ray Rice posted only the third 100-yard rushing performance against the Steelers in their past 58 games.
“We have to look back at it and see what we did well, and see what we can carry over to this game plan,” Flacco said. “I think last week, really, was more important for our confidence heading into this week than that week was. We always feel like we can play with these guys and go give them a good matchup and go beat them. It’s just going to be a matter of, like I said, going out there and doing it. I think we all have the confidence in ourselves. I think, like I said, last week was a big step for that. If we don’t recover in the second half, then I might be worrying about some of the guys and our confidence as an offensive unit. But the way we rallied and stuck behind each other, I think that will help us out big time this week.”