3 Ravens coaches who can replace Greg Roman as offensive coordinator

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The Baltimore Ravens offense has been stuck in a rut for over a month now, and there have been few signs of progress. One man who’s taken a lot of the heat for that has been offensive coordinator Greg Roman.

Roman has been a polarizing figure in Baltimore since taking over as the team’s offensive coordinator in 2019. It’s hard to deny that he’s helped construct one of the most dynamic rushing offenses in recent NFL history.

But at the same time, his own inability to adapt has cost the team on numerous occasions. And you could easily argue it’s the biggest reason for the team’s lack of success in recent weeks.

Sure, Lamar Jackson’s turnovers haven’t done the team any favors. Neither has the shoddy play of the Ravens’ offensive tackles. But Roman deserves to shoulder some of the blame as well.

Now, it should be noted that any midseason change, especially with the team in the middle of a playoff race, is highly unlikely. If the Ravens do decide to move on from Roman, it likely wouldn’t come until after the season is over.

But with a portion of the fanbase pleading for Roman’s firing, it might be worth it to take a look at a few coaches who could realistically replace Roman if he were to be let go midseason.

Of course, all of these options will be internal replacements as the Ravens wouldn’t hire an external candidate to replace Roman midseason.

With that, let’s take a look at three feasible internal replacements for Greg Roman.