Baltimore Sun staff members weigh in on the
Jeff Zrebiec, Ravens reporter: As much heat as Cameron has gotten over the past couple of years, today's news is still surprising. The Ravens don't usually make drastic moves like this especially at this stage of the season. But it's clear that the frustration by the team's key offensive players was mounting.
Aaron Wilson, Ravens reporter: Cam Cameron's firing in the wake of a new contract after last season signals the frustration of this season and -- until Sunday -- a repeated unwillingness to put the football in the hands of the top playmaker,
Peter Schmuck, columnist: Don't know the exact moment that
Matt Vensel, blogger: I considered writing this in "Five Things" for this morning -- I didn't because I didn't think the offense should be singled out in a 31-28 overtime loss that had costly mistakes in all three phases -- but it appeared that Ravens quarterback
Edward Lee, Ravens reporter: Ever since last year's questionable decisions to veer away from running back Ray Rice as the centerpiece of the offense, Cam Cameron has been under scrutiny for his game plans. And while the team's transition from a defense-based foundation to an offensive one seems natural in a pass-happy
Kevin Cowherd, columnist: Cam Cameron was the whipping boy for Ravens fans and the media for the past four seasons. Now all that pounding he took ends, ingloriously, after two straight Ravens losses. It's probably a good thing for both Cameron and the team, although it smacks of a panic move. The Ravens don't usually fire coordinators during the season, which tells you how worried they are about the offense's inconsistency, especially after all the early-season hype about how improved it was.