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#41 bayone

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Posted 10 December 2012 - 06:09 PM


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


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"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
http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap1000000108775/article/john-harbaugh-takes-big-risk-by-firing-cam-cameron

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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.”


http://www.baltimoreravens.com/news/article-1/Notebook-Jim-Caldwell-Impacting-Hurry-Up-Offense/d2c9daee-2504-4c2d-b5a7-4338d9a8258c

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VIDEO
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 )))
http://www.nfl.com/v...meron-fired-now
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Posted 10 December 2012 - 06:13 PM

see previous 2 posts, I also made one after prince tiger did his first, no biggie, we all do in our rush at times esp on someone so " dear " to us all , Right ! ! !

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http://forums.colts....c-in-baltimore/

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http://forums.colts....nt/#entry356297

i didn't think it would be in the colts section sorry
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#43 bayone

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Posted 10 December 2012 - 06:21 PM


Posted Imagebayone, on 10 December 2012 - 04:22 PM, said:




see previous 2 posts, I also made one after prince tiger did his first, no biggie, we all do in our rush at times esp on someone so " dear " to us all , Right ! ! !

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http://forums.colts....c-in-baltimore/

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http://forums.colts....nt/#entry356297


i didn't think it would be in the colts section sorry


First off its not a problem, as said I posted it too after the not realizing it was already by Princeton tiger

often I find posts are replicated as we all think of them with a different headline in mind and when dont see something similar thats how I usuially duplicate ones already posted

strange thing in 2 posts I asked moderator to merge them, usually they do fast by themselves , now that i asked they didnt, guess have so much to do today, hey its day after football so probably n=much to read and will get around to it when can, they do a pretty good job , know i couldnt do as well
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& all are in NFL general so dont know where u got Colts section friom

anyway i am shutting this computer sop have a good night
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#44 Moose Of Woe

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Posted 10 December 2012 - 07:46 PM

So let me get this straight... Baltimore went from a poor OC to having none at all?

Awesome!

#45 Jules

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Posted 10 December 2012 - 09:47 PM

We need to play Baltimore.

Pagano returning to Baltimore can happen. And Caldwell is coaching the Ravens offense.

You can't make this stuff up......

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Posted 11 December 2012 - 09:41 AM

We need to play Baltimore.

Pagano returning to Baltimore can happen. And Caldwell is coaching the Ravens offense.

You can't make this stuff up......


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Posted 11 December 2012 - 01:25 PM

We need to play Baltimore.

Pagano returning to Baltimore can happen. And Caldwell is coaching the Ravens offense.

You can't make this stuff up......


don't forget Cory and Zbi


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Posted 11 December 2012 - 04:34 PM

caldwell has a fire & grit that is synonymous with ravens football :lol:

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Posted 11 December 2012 - 05:28 PM

caldwell has a fire & grit that is synonymous with ravens football :lol:


u r right, i looked it up in a thesaurus , ( LOL )
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Posted 12 December 2012 - 12:55 AM

Putting Jim Caldwell in charge of an NFL offense is like solving pollution and ozone, environmental depletion levels by chopping down all the trees in our country's natural forests...Not a wise move IMO...

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Posted 12 December 2012 - 01:20 AM

Well if the Colts play the Ravens they still won't have any idea the kind of offense Indianapolis runs. Caldwell didn't get it then, he won't get it now.

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Posted 21 January 2013 - 02:13 AM

Caldwell has been good!

 

He's going to the Super Bowl!!!!!!

 

 

Congrats Jim!! :)



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Posted 21 January 2013 - 02:37 AM

Putting Jim Caldwell in charge of an NFL offense is like solving pollution and ozone, environmental depletion levels by chopping down all the trees in our country's natural forests...Not a wise move IMO...

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Okay, SW1 must eat some serious crow now or should I say bark...Yes, Jim Caldwell I was grossly mistaken about your ability to effectively lead an offense. You deserve a great deal of credit for helping the Ravens advance to the SB. Nice work Jim. Does bark taste better raw or cooked? I guess I will find out.  :sigh:


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#54 Jules

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Posted 21 January 2013 - 02:47 AM

Okay, SW1 must eat some serious crow now or should I say bark...Yes, Jim Caldwell I was grossly mistaken about your ability to effectively lead an offense. You deserve a great deal of credit for helping the Ravens advance to the SB. Nice work Jim. Does bark taste better raw or cooked? I guess I will find out.  :sigh:

 

 

Eating crow is good for the soul! I always told you we could eat crow together haha.

 

I didn't think this would work out either and yeah I WANTED the Ravens in the WC round, Sheesh. But, I got over my head at times with our suprising Colts this year but I can't help it! They are so darn loveable!!!!!!

 

Good job Caldwell, good luck in the Super Bowl again.



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Posted 21 January 2013 - 03:37 AM

Eating crow is good for the soul! I always told you we could eat crow together haha.

 

I didn't think this would work out either and yeah I WANTED the Ravens in the WC round, Sheesh. But, I got over my head at times with our suprising Colts this year but I can't help it! They are so darn loveable!!!!!!

 

Good job Caldwell, good luck in the Super Bowl again.

Hey, if chicken soup is good for the soul, bark & crow must have a ton of vitamins & protein in them right? We will both be strong & healthy for a very long time then. The way my predictions are going this year...Just ask me for my pick & do the exact opposite of what I say & all my friends will emerge victorious.  :goodluck:  :funny:  :lol:

 

I'd eat crow with you anytime Jules...Anytime...Well Jim Caldwell, we will see if the 2nd time is the charm in the SB eh? Good luck.


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Posted 21 January 2013 - 08:10 AM

Okay, SW1 must eat some serious crow now or should I say bark...Yes, Jim Caldwell I was grossly mistaken about your ability to effectively lead an offense. You deserve a great deal of credit for helping the Ravens advance to the SB. Nice work Jim. Does bark taste better raw or cooked? I guess I will find out.  :sigh:

 

 

Lol, Good sport.

 

I remember, we've had this discussion on Caldwell before. Didn't think he was good or even serviceable here as an HC, but I always contended that his record here as HC would have no barring on his abilities as a play caller. It's a shame. If he wasn't just handed the job by Dungy right off the bat, and actually worked his way up the ranks, he might've rounded into a good head coach. He appears to be settling in as an OC now in Baltimore. Good look to you JC. I'm pulling for you and Ray Ray to take it home  :lombardi:


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#57 IndyTrav

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Posted 21 January 2013 - 08:53 AM

Props to JC. He's come farther than Id ever have imagined.

He's been calling some good games.

I like to argue. 


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Posted 21 January 2013 - 09:19 AM

Props to Jim Caldwell. Like everyone said, he should have been OC first for the Colts before making his way up.

 

Good thing he is not HC for the Ravens, otherwise he might go into a Cover 2 the second half of the SB vs the 49ers, LOL :).



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Posted 21 January 2013 - 09:22 AM

He's helped Flacco a lot, and it shows.  When they turned the show over to him in hurry modes, Flacco has performed.  Not like the Jeff Garcia with a cannon I always viewed him as.  Good for Blinky and Flacco.  :)


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Posted 21 January 2013 - 09:52 AM

Congrats


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Posted 21 January 2013 - 12:23 PM

He's done wonders unleashing Flacco.

 

He is turning out to be a good OC, but he should never get another shot at HC. his game management abilities are absurd.


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Posted 21 January 2013 - 02:03 PM

All Jim Caldwell does is go to the Super Bowl in his first year with a prominent role on a team. :)

 

Lets hope he is not a jinx though.....we'll find out vs. the 49ers.



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Posted 21 January 2013 - 02:49 PM

It simply shows how much fans know when compared to the professionals in place who (thank the universe) make those decisions.

 

 

 

They know squat.


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Posted 21 January 2013 - 03:37 PM

Jim Caldwell's play calling was here and there prior to last night. And through the first half, and the first possession of the second half, he was insanely predictable and was hurting the offense's ability to sustain drives. It was downright awful.

 

Then, for whatever reason, he just seemed to get it. He did something he struggled to do in his last two years here: made adjustments. The Ravens started picking up the tempo, he started calling pass plays on first down (and every down, really), loosened the reins, and put the offense on Flacco's shoulders. Better yet, Flacco responded. Whatever Flacco and Caldwell had working from that point forward was almost brilliant.

 

Three possessions, 24 plays, 197 yards, 21 points. Completely took control of the game, and took all the air out of the Patriots' sails.

 

A demerit for the second to last possession, where they threw the ball with a two score lead, instead of running clock.

 

But this is the step that I think he was missing before. When you're a coordinator, you're more in tune with the flow of the game, you think more about the situational impact of the decisions you're making, you are directly influencing what the offense is doing. This is something Caldwell had never done in the NFL, and it showed with poor game management and slow adjustments on both sides of the ball. Going from position coach to head coach is a much bigger jump than going from coordinator to head coach.

 

If he had another good year as coordinator next season, his name will be back in consideration for head coaching jobs going into 2014. And he might be better at it, due to his experience as a play caller. Good for him. I'm glad to see him making the most of his opportunity.


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Posted 21 January 2013 - 04:53 PM

Lol, Good sport.

 

I remember, we've had this discussion on Caldwell before. Didn't think he was good or even serviceable here as an HC, but I always contended that his record here as HC would have no barring on his abilities as a play caller. It's a shame. If he wasn't just handed the job by Dungy right off the bat, and actually worked his way up the ranks, he might've rounded into a good head coach. He appears to be settling in as an OC now in Baltimore. Good look to you JC. I'm pulling for you and Ray Ray to take it home  :lombardi:

 

 

Props to JC. He's come farther than Id ever have imagined.

He's been calling some good games.

Yes, I was wrong & I can admit when I was way off base. I didn't miss the boat on Jim Caldwell; I missed the entire harbor. Don't ask me to drive the boat while someone else water skis behind me.  :funny: 

 

JC has been doing a superb job as OC lately. HBA & IndyTrav are exactly right.  :thmup:

 


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