Caldwell didn't have to call another offensive play against a Broncos defense that had finished the regular season ranked second in yards allowed and fourth in points surrendered. But Caldwell called a largely masterful game against Denver.
After collecting a franchise playoff record of 441 yards in a 24-9 victory over the
The offense seems to have struck a balance between the run and pass, and quarterback
At the very least, Caldwell has done enough in his five-game stint as the offensive coordinator to perhaps get a raise and a long-term extension from the Ravens.
On the opposite end of the spectrum is Rosburg, who watched his special teams units surrender a 90-yard punt return and a 104-yard kick return for touchdowns by
The Ravens hadn't allowed a return on a kick or punt for a score in the regular season, marking the second time in three years that the team had done that. But since 2008 when Rosburg became the coordinator, the units permitted two kick returns for touchdowns in 2008, one punt return in 2009 and a total of three returns (two punt and one kick) in 2011.
Special teams gaffes have contributed to a pair of coaches losing their jobs in-season. The