1. Gary Kubiak
I have to give Kubiak the #1 rank here. In his one season in Baltimore, the Ravens had on of their best offensive years. The offense was at its best because it had a balanced attack.
Joe Flacco was extremely productive in Kubiak’s system. He was comfortable in the picket and was able to put up a career high 27 touchdowns. What was more even impressive was his inability to make mistakes. Flacco only threw 12 interceptions on the season. Kubiak also revived a 29 year old Justin Forsett. Forsett rushed for over 1,200 yards and scored 8 touchdowns. He and Kubiak seemed to be on the same page all season.
If it were not for the defensive busts in the AFC divisional round, the Ravens could have made it to the Super Bowl. Since Kubiak left the following season, the Ravens offense has not been the same. They were unbalanced and inconsistent. I really think the past two seasons would have been different if Kubiak was calling the shots.