We'll have a nice little plan for him."With Flacco sidelined, Ryan Mallett has struggled in his two preseason starts.He's completed 55 percent of his throws (22 of 40) for 171 yards, throwing one touchdown and two interceptions.Flacco is known for having one of the strongest arms in the NFL, Flacco played football, baseball, and basketball at Audubon High School and was the starting quarterback for the Green Wave.The Flacco family is originally from Haddon Township, New Jersey.This is according to a Fanatics survey of nearly 3,000 NFL fans, including more than 30 of each team (it’s not a huge sample size, but whatever, it’s still fun.) Of the Ravens fans surveyed, 50 percent said they would absolutely not date a Steelers fan. I’ve seen couples come to M&T Bank Stadium with one partner wearing purple and the other in black and gold and it boggles my mind every time.Ravens fans’ distaste for dating rivals beat out Chicago Bears fans, of which 45.7 percent said they wouldn’t date a Green Bay Packers cheese head.
In his only comments about the injury, Flacco said on July 28 that he was unsure when he would return to practice."Hopefully not too long, but at the same time, it is kind of a waiting game," Flacco said. Ravens fans are also the league’s most likely to choose celibacy for a year over dating a fan of their rivals. Ravens fans are the least likely in the NFL to date a fan of their rival (in this case, the Pittsburgh Steelers – of course).Authors' views are formulated independently from any inside knowledge and/or conversations with Ravens officials, including the coaches and scouts, unless otherwise noted. -- Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg didn't offer much clarity Wednesday when asked about quarterback Joe Flacco's return date to practice."I think I know," Mornhinweg said. Look it, if it's before that or a little bit before -- it probably not going to be much before -- or a little bit after, we'll adjust the plan.Ravens fans also don’t like asking out New England Patriots fans, coming in fifth on the list at 42 percent saying “nah.” A fair share of Ravens fans also put their football beliefs ahead of political views.