RT @AdamSchefter: Ravens dismissed offensive coordinator Cam Cameron and replaced him with quarterbacks coach Jim Caldwell.
by far the best news of the year they everyone had enough of his shit!!
I'm sure Caldwell will figure out how to get the linebackers to drop back quicker in coverage and keep Ed Reed from cheating out of position. :eyes:
That said, this move is long overdue.
Better late than never. They now have a 4 game window (since we're 99.9% sure to play at least one playoff game) in which to evaluate Flacco, Caldwell, and the entire offense without the anchor of Cam Cameron around their necks. No one can say if that's "enough" time, but it's something.
Phenomenal news and I commend the team for having the courage to make the right choice, even if it's late.
This has Bisciotti written ALL over it .....
Much like the Fassel firing, there does reach a point where the brass needs to step in because perceptions get skewed because of personal relationships.
But then again, Harbs brought in Caldwell so maybe it was mutual. Shit, I don't know.
does anyone thing Pees should be on the hot seat after the last 2 weeks or was that all on the players for alowing the middle of the field open all day.
Doing the happy dance!!!!!
This defintely came from Biscuit with Ozzie's input. Cam still has two years on his contract, Harbs cant make this move unless it came from Steve.
there is a god
So we can stop questioning Harbaugh's allegiance to his "friends" at least for now.
well, Joe, for better or worse, this is your time...
You either show it was Cam all along, or you remove any doubt.
So, to your rolling eyes comment: Maybe he can help the team score more that 1 TD in the second half against one of the worst pass defenses in the league.
Maybe - in the long term - he can help Flacco with his pocket awareness (and learning how to step-up) and to how to read/react to a blitz. I am not confident in these last 2 points given that it is hard to teach an old dog new tricks.
Agreed that this move is long overdue (and maybe too late with regards to Flacco).