WTH is a mini benching?!?!
Fine, I don't have proof that he does nothing for offense or defense. The only thing I can based this on is he spend 10 years as a special team coach and 1 year as a defense back coach. From what I've been read, he is not involve with defense or offense game planning.
So let me get this straight. You guys agree with Harbaugh putting Reed back out there to return kicks after the fumble? Also, you guys agree with sitting Ray Rice on 1st and 2nd down in favor of Ricky early in the game? Rice needs the ball early and often.
Five plays is too many for him to be out, and I do know what a substitution is. k thanks.Quote:
Originally Posted by actualspambot
number one priority from this offseason was supposed to be fixing the running game. they upgraded the offensive line and signed the best blocking FB in the league, as well as signed ricky williams, for that express purpose.
from the "state of the ravens" press conference in january
Ozzie did his job and brought in the talent, Bisciotti paid the bill.Quote:
“From my perspective, and anytime you talk to a personnel guy, it’s always about: ‘We’re going to get better players.’ If I provide John with better players, his coaches with better players, then we’ll do better on Sundays. So, we can get better players.”
"If we run the ball better and we’re more physical, that opens a lot of possibilities from the passing game, play-calling, [and] gives guys a chance to make plays across the board. So, if I was going to say one thing, I’d say that would be the No. 1 thing we need to focus on going forward.”
Harbaugh has failed to live up to his word. this team has completely abandoned the running game in the last month or so. Cam Cameron has gone absolutely pass-happy and Harbs has done absolutely NOTHING about it.Quote:
The running game is part of the passing game, and the passing game is part of the running game. I don’t think we were as good in any area as we should’ve been. Our offensive line wasn’t as good as it should’ve been. [That also goes for] our quarterback, our tight ends, our wide receivers. And I look at it as being on us as coaches. That’s something that we’ve got to do a better job of moving the football and scoring points.
Last year they made the O-line coach a scapegoat (questionable) and let him take the fall. this year, Cameron will be the scapegoat (rightfully so) and he will take the fall.
Harbaugh needs to take the heat for the failures of this offense. He has just sat by and watched it go down the shitter. he was supposed to take a more active role with the offense this year. either he has or he hasn't, hard to tell, but either way, he has failed.
Time to put Harbaugh on notice.