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Flacco Extremely Successful in No-Huddle So Far

No Huddle – No Problem

After running just 6 plays in the no-huddle offense against Philadelphia in Week Two, the Ravens hit the Patriots with a season-high 35 plays out of the look on Sunday night, racking up 294 yards in the process.

Joe Flacco was on fire passing out of the no-huddle offense. He completed his 1st 10 passes in the look and finished 18-23 for 241 yards and a pair of TD in no-huddle offense (good for a passer rating of 139.3). He was particularly effective throwing from under center in the hurry up (7-8, 115 yards, 2 TD—158.3 passer rating)

For the season, Flacco now boasts a 135.7 passer rating in no-huddle offense (28-39, 371 yards, 4 TD, 0 Int)

The ground game was also effective in no huddle. Ray Rice ran it 11 times for 48 yards and TD in no huddle, while Flacco added 1 run for 5 yards.


Ravens Offense – Sunday vs Patriots

                      Huddle      No Huddle

Plays               30          35

Yards              209        294

Yards/Play   7.0         8.4

TD                       1            3

Ravens Offense – This Season

                      Huddle      No Huddle

Plays                126         62

Yards               794         464

Yards/Play     6.3         7.5

TD                         4           6

Joe Flacco Passing – This Season         

                              Huddle      No Huddle

Comp-Att          43-71       28-39

Pass Yds            542         371

TD-Int                 2-2         4-0

Passer Rtg         82.0        135.7

Ravens No-Huddle Offense – This Season

                        Away        Home

Games              1           2

Plays PG           6.0         28.0

Yards PG          30.0        217.0

Yard/Play        5.0         7.8

TD/Game           0.0         3.0

Through three games, the trend has been that the no-huddle offense has been a major factor at home (28.0 plays for 217.0 yards and 3.0 TD per game in 2 home games), while the Ravens ran just 6 no-huddle plays in their lone road game thus far (at Philadelphia). Why that is might just be the comfort level that Cam Camerom has letting Flacco go No-Huddle in hostile environments when communication can be difficult.

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