Tyrod Taylor, QB Baltimore Ravens -- Tyrod DID play seven plays at wide receiver and five at quarterback, the most he has played since he was given the reigns in last year's final regular season game as Baltimore had clinched and was resting their starters. He threw one pass, which was incomplete, and rushed 4 times for 7 yards. But the biggest story regarding Tyrod didn't involve his play, but rather the comments of one Joe Flacco, who in response to being benched/moved to wide out for several plays so that Tyrod could run the wildcat, said "I don't like that stuff. I think that it makes you look like a high school offense." He continued, explaining his Marcus Davis-esque effort on those plats like so, "I'm not doing a single thing. I'm not getting it. I'm not blocking, I'm not doing anything." But he wasn't done there, saying, "I don't care how we use it in the game - successful or not successful, after a big play, not after a big play. I don't care where it's used, I'm just not a huge fan of it. I'm the quarterback. I want to be behind the line of scrimmage, I want to be taking snaps. That's really the only thing. I don't necessarily take it personally either in terms of our offense trying to get better. I think just it makes us look like not an NFL team." Regarding Tyrod, he was quoted as saying, "We all have open conversations about it. [Tyrod] is a quarterback, too. He probably feels a certain way about it, too. But having said that, we're all going to do our best to make those plays work and execute them well. We'll see what happens."
As the Baltimore Sun pointed out: