The search for the next head coach of the Baltimore Ravens continued with reports that the team has interviewed Brian Schottenheimer, the 34-year-old offensive coordinator of the New York Jets and son of Marty Schottenheimer.
Maybe it’s just me, but I think the last thing the Ravens should look for is a coach who dialed up the 26th ranked team in the league in yards per game, and the 25th ranked team in points per game, which is exactly what the J-E-T-S were this past regular season. The most consistent display for the Jets this season were the female fans exposing themselves at Gate D of the Meadowlands.
No way should the Ravens consider such a poor showing from a potential coach. The Ravens had injuries and questions at quarterback just like the Jets did, and yet the Ravens scored two more touchdowns than the Jets. The franchise might be better off with conservative Marty ball; at least the club would have a coach that calls plays to the team’s strength of running and short passes.
Only time will tell, but Brian Schottenheimer doesn’t appear to be anywhere near the right move for this team.