One-by-one, Joe Flacco rattled off the Ravens’ various offensive deficiencies. The list was long, but the Ravens quarterback summed them up quite nicely.
“It was overall not good,” Flacco said. “You can’t expect to play that badly for that long and win a game.”
For the better part of three quarters, the Ravens held down Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers’ high-scoring offense at M&T Bank Stadium, only to watch their own offense continue to deal with issues that threaten to derail their season if not soon corrected.
In a 19-17 loss in front of an announced 71,319, many of whom spent part of the afternoon booing the home...