2. What "great" offense did Cameron design in S.D.? His most prolific WR was his TE, Gates, and that's while having VJ on board? His offense was LT and Gates. Again...not much anyone else couldn't have devised. AND, both QBs did significantly better AFTER Cameron was gone.
3. Regarding the rest of your questions...good questions. Let me know when you find the answers.
The bottom line with Cam Cameron is this: good OC's gear their planning around the QBs strengths rather than trying to shoe horn them into rigid, preconceived strategies. Cam Cameron simply does not do that, and it shows.
For all of those who are simply spouting, "It's Pre-Season" consider this. Flacco almost got seriously injured in that "pre-season" 1st qtr. Since it's only "pre-season" should we not be concerned about that? Should we not be concerned that the organization did nothing to improve the o-line?
For those who love Cam Cam, good for you. But watching that horrible first quarter I got that sickening feeling that nothing's changed with respect to the offense - nothing. I feel sorry for Flacco. He's got the tools and the talent. The only problem is he's handcuffed by a stubborn OC who couldn't run a high school offense.
Last edited by tigercruise; 08-11-2012 at 01:04 PM.
hey people it is only pre season i agree Cam still stinks . the coach has to look at all the players at least 40--50 wont be here at the start of the season. we even get some more free agents. if Cam screws up he will i hope be let go. god luck to the RAVENS
I believe that Flacco will continue to get better, and REALLY believe that Flacco is so stong that he shrugs off most hits and keeps his mind on making the next play.
Now...as for you...
"fix the Oline issues"? Just how do you propose they're going to do that? They don't have Grubbs. Birk is a year older. McKinnie can't just say no to food. Again...I say to you...C'MON, MAN!!
Peej has always defended Joe, you could have used your words more differently, example: "That was a stupid thing to say". What he said was stupid and idiotic but it doesn't mean he's an idiot. I have called some people on this board some bad things but I have regretted it everytime.
Far as fixing the Oline, as I have stated before they are running a lot more no huddle packages this year which limits the amount of time the Oline has to block. You have to realize that Joe Flacco's performance in the AFC Title game basically saved Cameron's job and convinced them not to make a hard run at Peyton Manning. Joe Flacco has talked about wanting to become an elite QB (or the best QB) and elite QBs for the most part mask certain problem areas. Joe has to make Torrey, LaQuan and the other weapons around him better and of course Cameron has to put them in the right situation to play at a high level. I think they are finally trying to make things better for Joe, players have to execute too.
You may not have high hopes for Torrey Smith and the other young WRs but I do. What happens on the field will determine how we feel about the Ravens chances this year. I'm not going to convince you to change your opinion but I'm moving forward, not looking back.
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