Trent Dilfer and Tony Banks shared starting QB duties for the Ravens in 2000: Dilfer: 134 completions in 226 attempts for 1,502 yards, 12 TDs, and 11 INTs.
Banks: 150 completions in 274 attempts for 1,578 yards, 8 TDs, and 8 INTs.
Tony Banks began the 2001 season, but was replaced by backup Trent Dilfer, who was the quarterback through the 2001 Super Bowl XXXV win. Though Dilfer was okay, he wasn't spectacular either; the Ravens record-setting defense of that year largely carried the Ravens through the season and the Super Bowl win.
Starting in 2001, Elvis Grbac was the starter, though he never amounted to much.
Tony Banks began the 2000 season as the starter but was replaced by Trent Dilfer in the 9th game. Chris Redman was the 3rd string QB.
Vinny Testeverde was the starting quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens during the 1996 and 1997 seasons.
Trent Dilfer in Super Bowl XXXV (2001) and Joe Flacco in Super Bowl XLVII (2013).
It was Joe Flacco.
Currently, it's Joe Flacco.
In 2002, Jeff Blake started ten games and Chris Redman started six at quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens.
5 is Joe Flacco, he is the Quarterback for the Ravens!
While fan opinions may differ on this question since Ravens and Steelers have quite a bit of rivalry, statistically, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is 9-2 in his career against the Ravens. Steelers thus can be said to have the better quarterback.
Jim Harbaugh...Eric Zeier was his backup
Marc Bulger is currently the backup quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens.
Nick Stephens plays Quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens.
Tyrod Taylor plays Quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens.
Keith Wenning plays Quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens.
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