Ravens fire offensive coordinator Cam Cameron
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Ravens fire offensive coordinator Cam Cameron

The Baltimore Ravens are leading the AFC North by two games, but not everything is so lovely in "Charm City." The Ravens have lost two games in a row and on Monday, they decided to alter the coaching staff. Offensive coordinator Cam Cameron was fired and replaced by quarterbacks coach and former Colts head coach Jim Caldwell. The Ravens rank 18th in total offense.

Fantasy Analysis:

Ray Rice @RayRice27 owners, rejoice. This change means the Ravens will not forget about their best player for long stretches during games as Cameron was wont to do. It's a little weird to see such a big switch come this late in the year for a successful team, but a change was needed. Cameron and Flacco never got along great, and Cameron reportedly got into a "heated exchange" with head coach John Harbaugh during Sunday's game that continued into the locker room, according to the Baltimore Sun.

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