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    Quote Originally Posted by RavensNTerps View Post
    Not surprising, he's always taken care of the ball BUT the sack rate near 10% in the red zone is troubling despite.
    aside from all the fumbles last year
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    Re: Jaws' film room

    that INT against the colts from the 21, not in the RZ. So it is 31TDS 0 INTs

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravens44 View Post
    In the redzone during the playoffs for all 4 years:

    2008 - 0TDs vs. Miami
    2008 - 0TDs vs. Titans
    2008 - 0TDs vs. PIT
    2009 - 0TDs vs. Pats
    2009 - 0TDs vs Colts, but he had 1 INT in the redzone with less than 1:30 left in the game.
    2010 - Heap vs. PIT
    2010 - Boldin and Rice vs. KC
    2011 - Wilson and Boldin vs. HOU
    2011 - Pitta vs. NE




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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    he had two in the Houston game IIRC
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    FYI, if you're still not sure take a look at http://www.pro-football-reference.co...downs/passing/

    I count 31 TDs thrown in 2010 and 2011, including playoffs, that traveled 20 yards or less. I haven't found as good a site for INT's but so far I haven't found any--the INT vs the Colts at the 21 is the closest, but FYI if you guys remember that, Boldin could have had an easy TD on that pass but for his alligator arms. It was a perfectly thrown ball.

    The larger point here in any event is that Flacco has less red zone attempts than guys like Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees, and Tom Brady have TD's (I'm not saying he's on their level, only making that specific point.) This is a team that lives and dies by the run, particularly in the red zone, and only really wants to throw red zone passes on 3rd and long.

    Any team that runs as much as the Ravens do in the red zone is not going to convert at a high rate.




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    Quote Originally Posted by bmorecareful View Post
    FYI, if you're still not sure take a look at http://www.pro-football-reference.co...downs/passing/

    I count 31 TDs thrown in 2010 and 2011, including playoffs, that traveled 20 yards or less. I haven't found as good a site for INT's but so far I haven't found any--the INT vs the Colts at the 21 is the closest, but FYI if you guys remember that, Boldin could have had an easy TD on that pass but for his alligator arms. It was a perfectly thrown ball.

    The larger point here in any event is that Flacco has less red zone attempts than guys like Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees, and Tom Brady have TD's (I'm not saying he's on their level, only making that specific point.) This is a team that lives and dies by the run, particularly in the red zone, and only really wants to throw red zone passes on 3rd and long.

    Any team that runs as much as the Ravens do in the red zone is not going to convert at a high rate.
    Plus we get to the red zone a lot less, I'd imagine.




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    Quote Originally Posted by bmorecareful View Post
    Any team that runs as much as the Ravens do in the red zone is not going to convert at a high rate.
    When Flacco lobbies for the ball in his hands more, I think this is exactly what he is talking about. He wants 2/3 RZ downs to be passing attempts, not rushing attempts. I think he gets over 32TD's this year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SC_Raven_Fan View Post
    When Flacco lobbies for the ball in his hands more, I think this is exactly what he is talking about. He wants 2/3 RZ downs to be passing attempts, not rushing attempts. I think he gets over 32TD's this year.
    I would love to see him get there, but no Cam Cameron quarterback has ever thrown for more than 27 TDs. That could always change.

    I don't know about 2/3rds of downs being passing downs, but even passing more on 1st down (instead of running the ball over 90% of the time) would probably really improve this offense overall, red zone included.




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    I don't think it's even close to being true that we run the ball on first downs 90 % of the time.




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    Can anyone please summarize?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Excellector View Post
    Can anyone please summarize?
    Strongest arm in the league; showed him making some money throws and spent time reviewing some plays asking Flacco what his reads were. Very complimentary.

    Flacco was not shy about saying he wants to air it out more
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    I was shocked that Flacco's signature drive to date, the 90+ yards on Piss in Piss of course, was not featured a little bit more. Like, play by play down the field. I would have loved to have been inside his head for that drive.




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    It seems that the writing is on the wall.
    Joe will get his contract before or during this season. But if he under performs, I don't see how the FO keeps Cammie on for 2013.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigPlayReceiver View Post
    It seems that the writing is on the wall.
    Joe will get his contract before or during this season. But if he under performs, I don't see how the FO keeps Cammie on for 2013.

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    This is Cam's second straight bonus year. Two years ago I'm sure we would've fired him if it wasn't for the lockout (didn't want the O to have to learn a new system in such a short period of time) and this year I'm sure we would've fired him had Pagano not gotten the Colts job (didn't want two new coordinators in one year). If the offense underperforms again (we certainly have the pieces) I can't see how he wouldn't be gone




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    Quote Originally Posted by NjRavensFan View Post
    This is Cam's second straight bonus year. Two years ago I'm sure we would've fired him if it wasn't for the lockout (didn't want the O to have to learn a new system in such a short period of time) and this year I'm sure we would've fired him had Pagano not gotten the Colts job (didn't want two new coordinators in one year). If the offense underperforms again (we certainly have the pieces) I can't see how he wouldn't be gone
    Completely agree...and would add for this year, changing out the OC in your franchise QBs contract year was another no-go reason; much more so (looking ahead now) then changing OCs the season after paying that same QB $80-95M.



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