If you want a consistent No. 2 quarterback, then look for Joe Flacco later on in your drafts.
The past three seasons he has thrown for at least 3,600 yards and 20 touchdowns. Flacco doesn't put up great numbers, but he is usually reliable for two touchdown passes and 200 yards passing.
This upcoming season, I expect Flacco to make an improvement and have some great games for fantasy football players.
The Baltimore Ravens brought in Jim Caldwell as their quarterback coach. Caldwell was Peyton Manning's quarterback coach for the past 10 seasons, so expect him to teach some valuable lessons to Flacco. Along with Anquan Boldin, the Ravens have a lot of young receiving targets that are improving. Torrey Smith, Ed Dickson and Dennis Pitta have all shown a lot of promise and became popular targets for Flacco last season.
What Flacco has been missing is a reliable No. 3 wide receiver. They thought they had found the answer in Lee Evans last year, but in the words of Charles Barkley, he was flat out "turrible."
If the Ravens can find Flacco a solid No. 3 wide receiver option, he has the potential to throw for 4,000 yards and 25 touchdowns.