Ravens HC John Harbaugh says RB Ray Rice needs to be involved 'every single way' in offense
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Ravens HC John Harbaugh says RB Ray Rice needs to be involved 'every single way' in offense

It sounds like Ravens head coach John Harbaugh is trying to correct a fairly large. Or offensive coordinator Jim Caldwell's error. It doesn't really matter who is to blame as long as they understand that somebody screwed up in calling just five rushes for running back Ray Rice @RayRice27 in Week 4. Harbaugh stressed Wednesday that can't happen again.
"We need to get Ray involved in every single way," Harbaugh said. "Passing game, run game, every single way. It's definitely important for us, we want to do that every week, and obviously we did not do a good job of that on Sunday."

Fantasy Analysis:

This week, the Ravens and Rice face the Dolphins. The matchup isn't as fearful as one would have thought a few weeks ago; the Dolphins have allowed four touchdowns to running backs in their past three games, and each of those players finished the day with at least 12 fantasy points. With Bernard Pierce @BPierce_30 dealing with a strained calf muscle, and a renewed commitment to their leading rusher, the Ravens will see to it that Rice gets plenty of opportunities to have at least as good of an afternoon. He is FFToolbox's No. 9 RB this week.

Source:
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3 Comments | Add Yours

WTF, every year the ravens do the same thing! The coaches are a mystery.

Posted by:
Gary G 10/03/13 01:00 PM

I'm not so sure he can handle the work load with his injury, he might be benched this week for rashad jennings

Posted by:
Cameron.s74 10/03/13 04:20 PM

Wow, glad i didn't choose him as my number one pick. Ouch.

Posted by:
dgm777 10/03/13 05:59 PM

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