The Ravens’ passing game was pathetic on Monday night, and there’s enough blame in Baltimore to go around.
Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron was asked if it the criticism quarterback Joe Flacco is taking for Monday night’s debacle is unfair, and Cameron said it’s not unfair at all.
“That’s part of our deal,” Cameron said. “Heat on me, heat on Joe. The coordinators, quarterbacks, we can all do better. It goes with the territory.”
Cameron’s boss, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh, agreed that the criticism of the Ravens’ offense is fair.
“It’s warranted for all of us,” Harbaugh said. “I think we all deserve to have fingers pointed at us when the offense plays like that. That’s tough. It’s just a bad performance, and everybody knows it.”
In the Ravens’ last three games, Flacco has completed just 50 percent of his passes, with one touchdown and three interceptions. Harbaugh is right: Everyone knows the Ravens’ offense is a mess, and Flacco deserves every bit of the criticism he’s getting.