ATLANTA - NOVEMBER 11: Quarterback Joe Flacco #5 of the Baltimore Ravens looks to pass against the Atlanta Falcons at Georgia Dome on November 11 2010 in Atlanta Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
Joe Flacco and the Ravens are concentrating on using the no-huddle offense. We break down the fantasy implications.
Analysis: This will be an ongoing project for the Ravens. They ran with this plan in their first preseason game, but things didn't go as smoothly as they hoped. While Flacco finished 9 of 12 for 88 yards and a touchdown, they still failed to get a single first down in the first quarter, and the offensive line was well out of sync on several occasions.
If they can settle down in the no-huddle, Flacco's fantasy stock could see a boost. He has plenty of weapons to pick apart a defense out of position. Torrey Smith is a burner on the outside who would thrive off this type of situation. For now, though, protecting Flacco in this offense is key.
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