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Answers hard to find after Ravens offense starts and stops in 16-10 loss to Redskins

Answers hard to find after Ravens offense starts and stops in 16-10 loss to Redskins

Joe Flacco vowed to stand tall in the face of criticism, and he did just that in his postgame news conference Sunday. He took accountability for the Ravens passing game's struggles, acknowledged his embarrassment and made no attempt to sugarcoat another brutal performance by the offense he leads.

What the quarterback didn't do, nor did any of his teammates or head coach, is provide any answers on how to fix an offense that continues to regress and now has cost the team back-to-back games, with help from the punt coverage unit.

"I'm not getting into all that," Flacco said when asked whether changes need to be made after a tough-to-digest 16-10 loss to the Washington...

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