In Peter King's MMQB, he talks about the possibility of the Ravens not being 100% dedicated to making sure Flacco is signed and their starter next year.
Read More: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/nfl...#ixzz2Kc6fQv2qBisciotti: "We've proven it two years in a row that we can kind of shock the world and disappoint our fans at the same time, by letting some of these guys go, but letting young guys fill in and then going out and getting good values on the free-agent market.''
It got me to thinking about how they operated after the 2000 season. They immediately dumped Dilfer for Grbac and didn't have the best year. Now, I'm not pretending that Dilfer is nearly as good as Flacco or deserved to be the starter in 2001, but it's oddly similar.