Last week, the Baltimore Ravens fired their quarterbacks coach Jim Zorn, despite Joe Flacco having the best statistical year of his career. The star quarterback told Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times on Friday what he thinks of the firing.
"I'm not happy about it, and they know I'm not happy about it," Flacco said.
He went on to explain how he feels personally attacked by the personnel move.
"I also feel like a little bit like I'm being attacked. You fire the quarterback coach. Usually when your fire a position coach, it's because you're not really happy with how that position did," Flacco said. "And when I look back on my season and our season as a team, I mean, we won 13 games. I felt like I had a pretty good year and you're firing the quarterback coach? t's kind of an attack on me, I feel like."
Flacco continued, saying that the Ravens will be successful in the future and he would have liked Zorn to be a part of it.
The 26-year-old threw for 3,622 and 25 touchdown passes in 2010.