Joe Flacco gets sloppy and he almost got picked several times. There are times he could run or step up in the pocket to get more time to throw, but he didnt move well. Compared to the preseason and the regular season, this wasnt one of his better games. He had very little footwork, and at times became gun shy after getting hit. Grade: C. (Lloyd Fox, Baltimore Sun /September 27, 2012)
It will be interesting to see how the Ravens' no-huddle offense holds up on the road against Kansas City on Sunday.
When the Ravens played Philadelphia in Week 2 on the road, the team got away from the no-huddle partially because of the crowd noise and other communication problems. Kansas City has one of the loudest stadiums in the NFL, complete with throwback music from the 1960s and 1970s.
Quarterback Joe Flacco has played well in the Ravens' no-huddle approach. He ran this offense in college at Delaware. But he never experienced the crowd noise in college that he will experience in Kansas City, not running the offense full-time.
Offensive coordinator Cam Cameron has said it is just as easy to run the offense on the road as it is at home. We'll see.
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