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Flacco, Ryan Used to Being Snubbed

Philly.com

It’s Week 5 and the Baltimore Ravens just moved into sole possession of first place in the AFC North with a 9-6 win in Kansas City. The defense played well, the running game was solid, and the victory marks the team’s fourth win in five games.

But the locals aren’t thrilled. The national media is starting to pile on. Fantasy football owners are stressing out.

Joe Flacco had another one of those days. 13-for-27, 187 yards, 0 TDs, 1 interception.

“Yes, they won the Kansas City game,” says Gerry Sandusky, the longtime radio play-by-play voice for the Ravens. “But fans started to wonder if Joe Flacco was somehow an...

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