Joe Flacco
QB BAL (10)
24 hours ago

Flacco completed 22 of 28 passes for 183 yards, one touchdown and one interception in Sunday's 23-0 win over the Packers.

EDGE Analysis

Flacco notched a fourth consecutive game completing more than 65 percent of his passes while also falling south of 6.8 yards per attempt. The Ravens' ultra-conservative passing offense might be a waste of Flacco's big arm, but it's been enough to get the job done whenever the excellent Baltimore defense has turned in a dominant performance. Flacco has yet to produce a game with more than two touchdowns or 261 passing yards, hinting at little in the way of upside. He does have a favorable Week 12 home matchup against a Houston defense that's consistently been shredded by opposing QBs since losing J.J. Watt (leg) and Whitney Mercilus (pectoral) for the season.

Joe Flacco
QB BAL (10)
2 weeks ago

Flacco (concussion) completed 34 of 52 passes for 261 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions in Sunday's 23-20 loss to Tennessee.

EDGE Analysis

Both of Flacco's touchdowns came during a failed fourth-quarter comeback attempt. He connected with Javorius Allen from three yards out with 8:56 to play and added a one-yard score to Mike Wallace in the final minute. Flacco's season touchdown-to-interception ratio is still an ugly 8:10.

Joe Flacco
QB BAL (10)
2 weeks ago

Flacco (concussion) is listed as active as for Sunday's road game against the Titans.

EDGE Analysis

Flacco practiced fully this week, so this outcome was expected despite the veteran QB having been deemed questionable on the Ravens' Week 9 injury report. Eight games into the 2017 season, Flacco has thrown just six touchdowns versus eight interceptions, but his prospects Sunday are boosted by the fact that both Mike Wallace (back) and Jeremy Maclin (shoulder) are available this weekend.

Joe Flacco
QB BAL (10)
2 weeks ago

Flacco (concussion), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Titans, is slated to start the contest, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

EDGE Analysis

In addition to practicing fully throughout the week, Flacco apparently passed through the concussion protocol after being diagnosed with the head injury upon exiting the Week 8 win over the Dolphins. Unless Flacco's concussion symptoms suddenly resurface shortly before game time, the Ravens shouldn't have to alter their game plan dramatically with their franchise quarterback in the fold. Flacco, who has thrown six touchdowns against eight interceptions in eight games while averaging a lowly 161.2 passing yards per outing for the season, should still be viewed as a lower-tier fantasy option at the position.

Joe Flacco
QB BAL (10)
2 weeks ago

Flacco (concussion) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Titans after logging full practice participation throughout the week.

EDGE Analysis

Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Monday that Flacco wasn't showing any symptoms from the concussion he suffered during last Thursday's 40-0 win over Miami. The veteran quarterback's full practice participation supports the notion he's healthy, but the Ravens nonetheless opted to make Flacco one of the 12 players listed as questionable on the final injury report. Jeremy Maclin (shoulder) and Mike Wallace (back) also are listed as questionable but excepected to play.

Joe Flacco
QB BAL (10)
3 weeks ago

Flacco (concussion) was a full participant at Wednesday's practice.

EDGE Analysis

Flacco said he felt good at the end of practice, just six days after suffering a concussion in a 40-0 win over the Dolphins. He's technically still in the NFL's concussion protocol, but everything suggests he'll be cleared for Sunday's game in Tennessee. With Jeremy Maclin (shoulder) and Mike Wallace (concussion) also on track to play, Flacco should have all of his key targets available for the first time since Week 5.

Joe Flacco
QB BAL (10)
3 weeks ago

Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Monday that Flacco (concussion) isn't showing any symptoms and should have a good chance to play in Sunday's road game against the Titans.

EDGE Analysis

Flacco was removed from Thursday's 40-0 win over the Dolphins after taking a huge hit, and while there's no question he suffered a concussion, it seems his symptoms have cleared up rather quickly. He's still subject to the NFL concussion protocol, which means he'll need to clear a few official hurdles before playing against the Titans. Any kind of practice participation Wednesday would be a good start. It helps that Flacco has an extra three days to recover.

Joe Flacco
QB BAL (10)
3 weeks ago

According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, Flacco (concussion) reported "feeling a little better" Friday morning in text messages with friends.

EDGE Analysis

The Ravens figure to release an official update on Flacco's status at some point in the near future, but it's certainly encouraging to hear the player himself indicate things are progressing in the right direction after he was forced from Thursday's game after taking a big hit to his head. A timetable for Flacco's return to the field has not been provided yet, but he will need to be cleared of any concussion symptoms before he is able to do so.

Joe Flacco
QB BAL (10)
4 weeks ago

Flacco (concussion) has been ruled out for the remainder of Thursday's game against the Dolphins.

EDGE Analysis

Just before halftime, Flacco slid to the ground at the tail end of a third-down run when he was illegally hit by linebacker Kiko Alonso, knocking off the quarterback's helmet in the process. He was immediately taken back to the locker room, leaving Ryan Mallett to take over under center for the remainder of the game. Flacco will now enter concussion protocol testing -- which he will have to pass before he can take the field again. Look for more updates on his status to come next week when the Ravens resume practice.

Joe Flacco
QB BAL (10)
4 weeks ago

Flacco is in concussion protocol and is questionable to return to Thursday's game against the Dolphins.

EDGE Analysis

Flacco took a vicious hit from linebacker Kiko Alonso that sent his helmet flying as he was sliding to the ground at the end of a run. He was immediately taken back to the locker room, leaving Ryan Mallett as the signal caller until further notice. Look for more updates to come once information is made available.