I like Jim Caldwell..I wish him well..
But I hope he has no effect on anything until after Sunday's game with Denver
Since the change is made in December, in all likelihood, Caldwell just isolates a few plays to attack the weaknesses of the other teams instead of Cam Cameron going strength against strength. The playbook probably is the same. The question is, quick improvization to call the right plays in game situations. That part, I am not so sure of.
According to ESPN The Ravens have fired Cam Cameron and replaced him with former Colt HC Jim Caldwell
"It's not about fair or unfair, right or wrong," Harbaugh said.
It's about production. The Ravens never decided what they wanted to do as an offense. They would feed running back Ray Rice like crazy some weeks, then go away from him too much. Joe Flacco's development, like the offense, has been uneven. The quarterback has expressed frustration with not going to the no-huddle offense enough, too.
(((( somethig Caldwell will allow see second half of this comment , thats is story # 2 of 3 )))))))
Pieces of the Ravens' offense are talented: Rice, Flacco, wide receivers Torrey Smith and Anquan Boldin, two young tight ends and a solid offensive line. The consistency never came.
This is a move we expected in the offseason. Harbaugh is putting himself out front and taking a big risk by making the move in December
from Ravens Web site this was a preseason article
The Ravens’ hurry-up, no-huddle offense is the rage
the hurry-up has been influenced by Quarterbacks Coach Jim Caldwell.
Caldwell, quarterback Peyton Manning and the Colts often used the hurry-up offense in Indianapolis.
“Jim’s brought some nuances,” Head Coach John Harbaugh said. “He’s brought a tempo or two we didn’t have before, just some methodology, I think, to it that he’s really added.”
Harbaugh said quarterback Joe Flacco has really advanced in his ability to read a team’s defense. Now he can walk up to the line a lot of times with only a few play options, and can make the choice based on what he sees.
Harbaugh said the offensive change is “very much quarterback driven.”
Why was Cam Cameron fired now?0
Published: Dec. 10, 2012 at 04:25 p.m. | 0 Views
01:17 – Michael Lombardi explains why the Baltimore Ravens decided to fire offensive coordinator Cam Cameron at this point in the season.
(( He likes the move just doesnt know if will work at this time of the season )))