Joe Flacco has started 107 consecutive games over six NFL seasons. There's no official word on whether the Ravens' quarterback will make start No. 108 after taking a hit to his left knee late in Monday night's win over the Lions, but Flacco didn't sound too concerned after the game. “It wasn't really bothering me once the initial hit,” Flacco said, via the Baltimore Sun's Jeff Zrebiec. “I was probably more scared than anything from just what I felt and also just trying to get a couple of yards out of it. Yeah, it feels fine. It feels strong.” The play in question happened in the fourth quarter after Ravens guard A.Q. Shipley, trying to get downfield to block on a screen pass, pushed Lions linebacker DeAndre Levy towards the backfield. As Levy was going down, his helmet hit Flacco just below his left knee. Flacco immediately went to the turf, grabbed his knee, and needed help getting up before limping to the line of scrimmage to run another play on third down (it was an incomplete pass).
Ravens QB Joe Flacco says left knee 'feels fine, feels strong'
CBS Sports | Dec 17