It’s been an interesting start to the off-season for the Ravens. Hard to imagine a 13-5 team losing 3 coaches, none of whom depart for “better” jobs. Mattison went back to college, and Matsko and Zorn were fired. I don’t read too much into the departure of the defensive coordinator, but the firing of the quarterback and o-line coaches tells you that the fans weren’t the only ones dissatisfied with the offense. And that’s a good thing. It means the Ravens brass isn’t in denial. The offense underachieved, and these moves are meant to make it better. The offensive line did not have a good year blocking or pass protecting; maybe Matsko is a scapegoat, or maybe he didn’t do a good enough job. Flacco didn’t progress as much as people would have liked, and so it’s possible that Cam Cameron taking a more active role will be a good step. The jury is out on both, but don’t view it as a negative the coaching staff has been shaken up.
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