The weather Monday was befitting a morning after a Ravens loss to the Redskins.
But for some Baltimore football fans, it was a beautiful day, as the oft-blamed Cam Cameron was relieved of his duties as the Ravens' offensive coordinator. Quarterbacks coach and former Colts head coach Jim Caldwell will take over play-calling duties.
Cameron was the lightning rod for a Ravens fan base expectant of improvement on the offensive side of the ball, where the franchise invested high draft picks and significant contracts to improve a decade-long weakness.
Cameron was fired a day after the Ravens fumbled away a late lead to the Redskins, who walked off with an overtime field goal. It was the Ravens' second straight loss—and a 4th-and-29 conversion in San Diego away from a third straight defeat.
What are your thoughts now, after the Ravens let Cameron go?
Will the change in leadership be the cure-all? Is someone else to blame? Where do the Ravens go from here?
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