Fifteen months after winning the Super Bowl, Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is attempting to rebound from the most disappointing season of his NFL career.
After guiding the Ravens to the championship in February 2013, Flacco had career highs in completions and yardage last year. But his 22 interceptions were 10 more than in any of his previous five seasons. His quarterback rating was the worst of his career and the Ravens missed the playoffs for the first time since his arrival in Baltimore.
Flacco says it was "was not a good year all around. We didn't win enough football games."
The Ravens worked hard this offseason to help Flacco bounce back. They hired Gary Kubiak to be the offensive coordinator and signed several new receivers, including veteran Steve Smith.
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