The Baltimore Ravens and starting quarterback Joe Flacco have struggled to find any level of consistency this season, currently sitting at a 4-5 record heading into their Week 11 matchup against the Green Bay Packers. The bulk of those issues have stemmed from the sub-par play from their former Pro Bowl quarterback Flacco through the first nine games. According to Zach Kruse of The Packers Wire, the 32-year-old has thrown more passes for negative yards than big plays down the field so far this year. Flacco is currently 27th with 1,551 passing yards on a 64.3 percent completion percentage, throwing eight touchdowns and 10 interceptions while posting a 72.7 passer rating. He has yet to register more than 300 in any game while failing to throw a touchdown passes three times, and he has recorded less than 200 yards on six occasions.