In that 37-7 rout, the offense racked up a franchise-record 553 yards, wide receiver
That showing caught the attention of Ryan, the current
"I will say this: I was a little shocked when I saw it," Ryan said during his conference call with Baltimore media Wednesday. "When I saw this kid catching three touchdowns in one quarter, and he really could have had five … But he's a fast guy and all that kind of stuff, but I don't think he'll have equal success this week. If he does, then I'm just going to stay in Baltimore."
On the flip side, New York inside linebacker and former Raven
"I mean, it happens," Scott said during a conference call Wednesday. "When things get to rolling, and you give up big plays and you get big plays, they come in bunches. And we all know Flacco's always been … The best ball, I think, he's always thrown was the deep ball and the deep out, which you have to have an extremely strong arm and accuracy. And we always know that, if you can run out there, he can get it to you."
Flacco said he thinks that Sunday's pass-heavy game plan won't be an aberration.