Let the drama begin for the Baltimore Ravens. After four seasons in Baltimore, Cam Cameron was fired by the Ravens Monday. A change many spectators were expecting a year ago.
Former Indianapolis Colts head coach Jim Caldwell will get the honor of inheriting an offense that is talented enough to win a Super Bowl.
However, with Cameron out of the picture, the focus of the Ravens’ offensive performance automatically shifts to quarterback Joe Flacco.
For at least the last two seasons, Cameron has been in questioned about his play-calling abilities, especially for not putting the ball in the team’s best player hands enough in running back Ray Rice.
The Ravens’ decision to fire Cameron was the right call at the right time considering that Baltimore is facing the possibility of missing the postseason with critical matchups against their final three opponents of the 2012 NFL campaign in the Denver Broncos (12/16), New York Giants (12/23) and the Cincinnati Bengals (12/30).
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