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Flacco proves Cameron right

Looks like Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron was correct.

At the end of this past week, he publicly admitted at his news conference that rookie quarterback Joe Flacco had not played well the previous two weeks. Cameron said it was a combination of things that caused Flacco to struggle, from playing against some good defenses to improving his mechanics. It made sense, and certainly explained why some of Flacco's passes were floating on him during the previous two games.

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But Cameron also said Flacco had a good week of practice, and he expected Flacco to play well against the Cowboys. Flacco completed 17 of 25 passes for 149 yards and one touchdown. But more important was the way Flacco held the ball until the last second against the best pass-rushing defense in the league.

Flacco won a big game against a good team. The one throw he made to tight end Todd Heap across the middle was incredible. Flacco had a very strong night.

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