Flacco hasn't been very good, but my point was it isn't all on him, which is what some "fans" would have everyone believe.
It's easy to point the finger at Flacco and go "BAD!", but when you take a holistic overview of the entire offense then you can kind of start to see the bigger picture. That's my point.
Regarding the INT targetting Pitta--I went back and re-watched it, and it was definitely an ill-advised pass, but if Pitta doesn't stumble it's just a 6'4 TE guarded by 2 5'11 CBs in a jump ball situation. If Pitta kept his feet, got a little separation, and brought the ball in, we're all talking about "what a gutsy play!" and "what an effort!"
Remember, Flacco had a similar play against the Steelers in Pittsburgh where he broke away from a sack and threw to Rice for a 30 yard gain... that was a better play and a better situation, but still fairly comparable.
Peyton Manning had a horrible sack-fumble where he held the ball too long and coughed it up @NWE this year. New England took over at Denver's 20 and promptly punched in a TD. Denver lost the game, but because he's a future HOFer and is otherwise having a great season, it's been forgiven and forgotten. EVERY NFL QB makes horrible mistakes, EVERY NFL QB loses fumbles because he held the ball too long, and SOME NFL QBs get the benefit of the doubt and others don't, usually based on whether they're winning games or not.