CAMP NOTES: Charting situational plays and results

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The Ravens scrimmaging during training camp often revolves around situational play calling. Consecutive plays may not have a cause and effect relationship. In other words, a 7 yard gain on first and 10 doesn’t necessarily mean that the succeeding play is second and 3.

That said the results of Friday’s practice are posted below along with individual stats. Generally speaking Joe Flacco’s workload is roughly double that of backups Tyrod Taylor and Curtis Painter combined. Where plays are marked dead are either estimates or marked by the coaching staff.
 
Quarterback 
Down & Distance 
Results 
Flacco 
1-10-13 
Waggle right, pass to Bajema, TD 
 
2-8-11 
Pass to Drew, 9 yards 
 
1-10-13 
Pass to Boldin, TD (skinny post) 
 
1-10-13 
Rice 3 yard run 
 
1-10-13 
Incomplete to Dickson (Reed) 
Taylor 
1-10-18 
Pass to D. Thompson, 5 yards 
 
2-8-16 
Berry 3 yard run 
 
3-5-13 
Waggle right pass to Bajema, 3 yards
 
1-10-13 
Pass to Rainey, dropped and tipped for INT to Webb 
 
2-8-11 
Pass to Rainey, 3 yards 
Flacco 
3-6-9 
Pass to Boldin incomplete (C. Graham) 
 
1-10-20 
Rice 5 yard run 
 
2-8-18 
Waggle left pass to Dickson, 2 yards 
 
3-9-19
Pass to Smith, TD (Considine) 
 
1-10-12 
Pass to Dickson, TD (nice diving catch near left hash) 
Taylor 
3-G-9 
Taylor pass incomplete to Thompson (batted down at LOS) 
 
1-10-20 
Berry 2 yard run 
 
2-8-18 
Waggle left pass incomplete to Balasavage 
 
3-9-19 
Pass to L. Williams, TD (a rocket fired by Taylor) 
 
1-10-12 
Pass to D. Graham, TD 
Flacco 
3-6-34 
Pass to Smith incomplete (thrown slightly behind) 
 
3-6-34 
Pass to Rice, 15 yards 
 
3-6-34 
Pass to Smith, 6 yards (first down) 
 
3-5-37 
Pass to Boldin, 6 yards 
 
1-10-38 
Pass to Jones incomplete (ball was there, JJ was late) 
Taylor 
3-5-39 
Pass to Williams, 15 yards (C. Brown) 
 
3-6-40 
Pass to Rainey, 5 yards (blitz pressure from Gorrer) 
 
3-5-42 
Taylor sacked by Chyl Quarles 
 
1-10-43 
Pass to Streeter, 10 yards (Gorrer) 
Flacco 
1-10-44 
Pass to Smith, 10 yards 
 
3-7-44 
Pass intended for Dickson nearly intercepted by R. Lewis 
 
1-13-47 
Pass to Jones, 2 yards 
Taylor 
1-10-48 
Taylor sacked by Considine 
 
Player 
ATT 
COMP 
YDS 
TD 
INT 
QBR 
Flacco 
16 
11 
107 
126.8 
Taylor 
12 
72 
87.5 

 

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