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In the past two seasons, Flacco threw under 500 passes for over 300 completions.
This left him with completion percentages of 63.1 and 62.6. Even his rookie year was 60.0.
Add 125 projected passes and just 20-30 more receptions and you'll find his percentage at just 54.7.
Flacco is not completely to blame, though.
He hasn't had more than a couple seasons to build a rapport with any receiver. Evans, who has experience, has been out all season, leaving Flacco just Boldin and a bunch of rookies.
Yes, Torrey Smith has proved himself in the moving game, but when he's dropping passes that hit him in the chest, it's hard to say Flacco has gotten any worse at QB.
Once Flacco has a couple of years with the same receivers, it won't be a stretch to see him in the 65-70 percent completion range that the elite QBs live in.