"I don't hear about [the criticism] anyway. You might see it when you're scrolling through Instagram and doing stupid things while you're bored, but, hey, man, it's part of being an NFL quarterback, dealing with tough times," Flacco said. "When you don't play well, you own it and you move on to the next one. I have confidence in who I am as a player and as a person and who we are as a football team. So, I'm never going to waver. I may not play well one week, but it's not going to change who I am and who I believe I am."