Even if they don’t win another game, the Baltimore Ravens could probably still get into the playoffs as AFC North champions. And then what?
Don’t expect Jim Caldwell to incorporate the triple-option or a variety of trick plays in his first NFL game as an offensive coordinator.
It was the talk of the town when the season first started. The “sugar huddle” offense was dynamic and exciting. It placed Joe Flacco on track for his first Pro Bowl selection. And then it was gone. For whatever reason the Ravens abandoned that style of football. But with the promotion of Caldwell to offensive coordinator, many expect the no-huddle offense to return. And it couldn’t come at a better time.
Often in sports, many forget that the men wearing the jerseys are just that — men. The same can be said for head coaches who sacrifice time with their loved ones to improve their football team. The decisions that coaches make can appear to be very cerebral in nature. But more often than not, the choices made by a coach can be ‘very human’ indeed.
It’s not Cam’s fault. Carroll County Times’ Ravens beat reporter Matt Zenitz is taking the wait and see approach when it comes to the Ravens’ new offensive coordinator Jim Caldwell.
The Ravens decision to fire Cam Cameron and replace him with Jim Caldwell is a bold, and also risky move.
In the aftermath of the Ravens 31-28 loss to Redskins, The team – led by Coach John Harbaugh, fired Offensive Coordinator Cam Cameron.
The Suns’ Mike Preston on the Scott Garceau Show Talking Cam, Caldwell, Flacco & Playoffs
After watching the Ravens play over the past 3 weeks, I believe something really needed to change.
Cam Cameron has been fired as the Ravens’ offensive coordinator.
The Ravens fired offensive coordinator Cam Cameron today. Vinny and Rob with reaction.
The Ravens are sitting 9-3 and remain one of the best teams in the NFL, but after the embarrassing loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday, it is becoming apparent that Baltimore isn’t playing up to their full potential. If the Ravens hope to win a championship this year, they’ll need to address some reoccurring issues.