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Today Should Be “New Offensive Coordinator Day” in Baltimore

Street Talk Today Should Be “New Offensive Coordinator Day” in Baltimore

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Today should be the day – the day that the Baltimore Ravens announce their new Offensive Coordinator.  Adam Schefter of ESPN tweeted at 9 AM ET that former Houston Texas head coach Gary Kubiak and former Texans OC Rick Dennison met with the Ravens over the weekend.  He also said that Kubiak is now the favorite to be the Ravens OC.

A few minutes later, Schefter tweeted his thought that the Ravens are looking at a star-studded coaching staff that would include former Redskins OC Kyle Shanahan.

 

Could we see Kubiak as OC, and Dennison as RB coach and Shanahan as QB Coach?

That would be an excellent ending to a OC search that has – so far – left a lot of Ravens fans frustrated.  Not only do you get proven and successful offensive minds, but you also get a quality staff that has great potential for the future. If Kubiak gets a Head Coaching position next off-season, then you have Dennison and Shanahan on staff to be the “Next Man Up”.

Let’s hope Schefter is right. If so, I am feeling great about the Ravens offense next season.

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Joe Polek was born in Baltimore, MD, and was raised in Bel Air, MD. He lives in Maine from 2001-2012, where he met his wife and had two daughters. He now resides in Columbia, SC where he has left TV/Radio and is the South Carolina Marketing Coordinator for Bojangles' Restaurants. Joe is a huge sports fan, but most importantly he lives and breathes Baltimore (and Maryland) sports. He routinely gets back to Baltimore for a Ravens and Orioles game once a year. A couple of his highlights were being at the final game at Baltimore’s Memorial Stadium, and also sitting in left field for “2130”, and “2131” (Cal Ripken’s consecutive game streak). Find Joe on Twitter at @JoePolek. Joe is a huge sports fan, but most importantly he lives and breathes Baltimore (and Maryland) sports. He routinely gets back to Baltimore for a Ravens game once a year, and while living in Maine, went to Foxboro and Fenway whenever the Ravens or Orioles came to town. A couple of his highlights were being at the final game at Baltimore’s Memorial Stadium, and also sitting in left field for “2130”, and “2131” (Cal Ripken’s consecutive game streak). Find Joe on Twitter at @JoePolek. More from Joe Polek

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