BALTIMORE — A man in a purple Joe Flacco jersey shuffled toward an exit Sunday night at M&T Bank Stadium, pausing only to throw his cup of soda on the ground before he walked down the stairs.
Meanwhile, on the sideline, the real Flacco watched backup quarterback Tyrod Taylor jog onto the field with a little more than three minutes left in their 41-7 loss to the Patriots.
Flacco may be the reigning Super Bowl MVP, but he was the main culprit in Baltimore’s woefully inefficient offense Sunday. Under Flacco’s direction, the Ravens committed four turnovers in the team’s most lopsided defeat under sixth-year coach John Harbaugh. Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.