Did you guys actually read what Jordan wrote? Or are you just reading the subject line?
I did. I was responding in general to the subject line. Jordan isn't the first person to pose the question. The article was good, the question is not. This offense isn't some unseen revolutionary offense. It's been seen thousands of times.
Buffalo has the defense to match up. Really, so do the Pats and Steelers. If I'm game planning for the Ravens, I'm going wide with my edge rushers, and they will be staying home to funnel everything inside. Then I'm stacking the box up the middle for Ingram and Edwards, and I'm daring the Ravens to win off of Lamars arm or someone else's legs.
What scares me with Jackson, he wants to win. But I'm not sure if he has the awareness to understand that sometimes he's going to have to trust his teammates to make the big play. Especially in the postseason. Teams will make sure they take Lamar out of the equation the best they can. Against Buffalo he pulled the ball from Ingram on a couple of plays where Ingram could have grinded out 4 to 6 yards, and instead Lamar pulled it and ran into a crowd waiting for him for only a yard or 2. If he wants a superbowl, hes got to understand that sometimes, Ingram and Edwards are going to have make the big play.