Ravens coach John Harbaugh is not happy with his offensive line.
A day after a loss to the Bills in which Baltimore generated just 27 yards on the ground and saw quarterback Joe Flacco sacked four times, Harbaugh said he didn’t see much reason to be pleased about the guys up front.
“The whole O-line is disappointing right now,” Harbaugh said.
The Ravens’ offensive linemen totaled four penalties on Sunday: guard Kelechi Osemele was flagged once for a personal foul and once for being lined up illegally, guard Marshall Yanda was flagged for a false start and right tackle Michael Oher was called for holding. Harbaugh said that’s a problem, and he also said it has been a transition going from longtime veteran center Matt Birk making the line calls last year to first-year starter Gino Gradkowski making the calls.
“It’s a difference between Gino and Matt with the calls,” Harbaugh said.
And it’s a difference between the way the Ravens were playing in January and February and the way they’ve played in September. These Ravens don’t look like a Super Bowl team.