CAMP NOTES: Two minute offense results

Camp Notes CAMP NOTES: Two minute offense results

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From time to time throughout camp we will post the results of one-on-one matchups as well as the results of the 2 minute offense. This can be fast and furious at times and from the vantage point given to the media, it is very difficult to be 100% precise with the yard markings.

Back when camp was held in Westminster, the media could traverse the sideline and follow the play from the line of scrimmage. Now that there are roped off areas for fans we are no longer able to be quite as accurate and consequently you may see some minor inconsistencies between what is reported here and what you may read elsewhere.

With that said, let’s set the stage…

During the 2:00 minute offensive drills the Ravens generally put 1:40 on the clock and start the offense’s drive from their own territory usually around the 30-yard line. They are given one timeout.
 
 
DAY 3
 
Down/Distance (Time) 
Results of Play 
FLACCO 
Passing: 0-3-0-0-0 
1-10-36 (1:40) 
Pass intended for Pitta nearly intercepted by E. Reed 
2-10-36 (1:35) 
Pass intended for J. Jones incomplete 
3-10-36 (1:29) 
Pass intended for Boldin intercepted by Webb for TD; play nullified by offsides penalty 
3-5-41 (1:17) 
Pass intended for J. Jones incomplete 
TAYLOR 
Passing: 2-3-8-0-0, Rushing: 2 for 29 yards  
1-10-36 (1:40) 
Taylor 17 yard run 
1-10-47 
Pass to RB Bobby Rainey, 5 yards, nullified by holding on L. Williams. 
1-18-45 
Pass intended for Doss incomplete 
2-18-45 
Taylor 12 yard run 
3-6-43 
Pass to D. Drew for 3 yards 
PAINTER 
Passing: 1-3-10-0-1 
1-10-36 (1:40) 
Pass intended for Devin Goda incomplete 
2-10-36 
Pass to Dorian Graham, 10 yards 
1-10-46 
Pass intercepted by Omar Brown 
FLACCO 
Passing: 2-4-38-0-0
1-10-40 (0:45) 
Pass to J. Jones, 30 yards, Webb on coverage 
1-10-10 (0:39) 
Pass intended for Boldin incomplete (Webb) 
2-10-10 (0:35) 
Pass to J. Jones, 8 yards 
3-2-2 (0:29) 
Pass intended for A. Allen incomplete, FG Team sent on 
 
DAY 4
 
FLACCO 
Passing: 5-7-78-1-0
1-10-22 (1:49) 
Pass to Pitta, 6 yards 
2-4-28 
Pass to Rice, 17 yards 
1-10-45 
Pass intended for Smith incomplete 
2-10-45 (1:03) 
Pass to Boldin, 6 yards 
3-4-49 
Pass to Boldin, 19 yards 
1-10-30 
Pass intended for Pitta incomplete 
2-10-30 (0:22) 
Pass to E. Dickson, 30 yards, TOUCHDOWN 
TAYLOR 
Passing: 0-1-0-0-0 
1-10-25 (1:49) 
Taylor sacked -3 yards (timeout)
2-13-22 
Pass intended for Doss incomplete 
3-13-22 (1:39) 
Taylor sacked by S. Kindle -10 yards 
4-24-12 
Taylor sacked by S. Kindle -8 yards 
FLACCO 
Passing: 4-8-41-0-0 
1-10-48 (0:43)
Deep pass intended for T. Smith incomplete (Note: Very good playaction from Flacco; pass just off fingertips of Smith in the end zone) 
2-10-48 
Rice 4 yard run 
3-6-44 
Pass to J. Jones, 6 yards 
1-10-38 
Pass to Boldin, 9 yards 
2-1-29 
Rice run 4 yards (timeout) 
1-10-25 
Delay of Game 
1-15-30 
Pass to Dickson, 25 yards 
1-G-5 
Pass intended for Smith incomplete, illegal contact defense 
1-G-2 
Pass intended for Pitta incomplete 
2-G-2 
Pass to Pitta, 1 yard 
3-G-1 
Delay of Game 
3-G-6 
Pass intended for Smith incomplete 
FLACCO 
Passing: 4-7-48-1-0 
1-10-48 (0:43) 
Pass to Pitta, 28 yards 
1-10-20 
Pass to Pitta, 5 yards 
2-5-15 
Pass intended for Smith incomplete 
3-5-15 
Pass to Pitta, 7 yards 
1-G-8 
Pass intended for Boldin incomplete 
2-G-8 
Pass intended for Smith incomplete 
3-G-8 
Pass to Pitta, TOUCHDOWN 
 
QB RATING
 
Player 
ATT 
COMP 
YDS 
TD 
INT 
Rating 
Flacco 
29 
15 
205 
97.6 
Taylor 
70.1 
Painter 
10 
4.2 
OVERALL 
32 
21 
223 
93.6 

 

 
 

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