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  1. #13

    Re: The coaching role changes.

    The years that Roman was in Buffalo they had the number 1 run offense and that was with Tyrod and McCoy. Imagine what he does for Lamar and our RB Corp. We went from the 20s to number 2 and ended up 4th this year in running. Losing Roman would have been huge.

    Other teams fans disliked him because of his heavy run philosophy but this what Baltimore is. This offensive staff has good teachers on it. (Wish they would put Urban at WR Coach. He's supposed to be an excellent developer of WRs).

    This is an upgrade.





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    Re: The coaching role changes.

    Also, Engram’s probably a class move due to the family situation there. no need to kick someone when they’re down. Any other position coach who failed to produce players at their position as much as he did may have been let go under any other situation. Im glad we kept him, its a class move





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    Re: The coaching role changes.

    There’s nothing wrong with being run heavy. Look at the rams game last night. The key is being able to keep the defense off balance. You need to make it so the defense doesn’t know what’s coming. So more early down passing, play action, pre snap motion, etc.


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  4. Re: The coaching role changes.

    Martindale > Pees

    Roman > Marty? We shall see.

    We still need better OL and better WRs, regardless.

    I'll be thrilled if there is a noticeable change to the play-calling next year, but I'll have my doubts firmly entrenced as long as Harbs is the top dog.

    Just remember, he turned Air Marty into Mr. Ground and Pound, then replaced him with a guy who loves to run the ball. I have no love for Marty and am glad he's not coming back, but I'm not foolish enough to believe that this change means we're about to become some wide-open offense.

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  5. #17

    Re: The coaching role changes.

    Quote Originally Posted by rararavens View Post
    Also, Engram’s probably a class move due to the family situation there. no need to kick someone when they’re down. Any other position coach who failed to produce players at their position as much as he did may have been let go under any other situation. Im glad we kept him, its a class move
    I completely respect the Ravens organization for how classy they are. Also, God bless Engram with his family situation, I know that has to be the toughest thing to experience in life. However, what have "classy moves" done for us in the past? Absolutely nothing. Winning games is objective, not subjective. Emotional victories mean absolutely nothing in the grand scheme of things.





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    Re: The coaching role changes.

    Quote Originally Posted by AmishlandRavenFan View Post
    Martindale > Pees

    Roman > Marty? We shall see.
    (1) Yes, Wink out-did my expectations.

    (2) Marty failed in many Ravens fans' minds, so can Roman be worse?

    I doubt it and am glad for the change... Bc





  7. #19

    Re: The coaching role changes.

    Rearranging the chairs on the titanic





  8. #20

    Re: The coaching role changes.

    I just hope we don't overcompensate on the run. Instead of hiring guys too rooted in one side of offense, why not look for a guy who's good at both?





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    Re: The coaching role changes.

    Quote Originally Posted by BcRaven View Post
    Should have fired Marty M. outright. I don't want him having any influence over our offense. Period!... Bc
    "We're not changing anything." -John Harbaugh





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    Re: The coaching role changes.

    Quote Originally Posted by WrongBaldy View Post
    Rearranging the chairs on the titanic
    Yep.
    "We're not changing anything." -John Harbaugh





  11. #23

    Re: The coaching role changes.

    Roman is a good OC. A Championship caliber OC.

    He may not be the best QB to develop a QB into a high level passer.

    But, without a doubt he can develop an offense that is highly efficient and can build around Lamar's run threat in a way that allows the team to win games.





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