Jason Garrett

January 15, 2008 |

I don’t know if it’s a case of “Jumping the Gun,” or “Reading the Writing on the Wall,” but it looks as if Jason Garrett may be the Ravens next Head Coach.

We can pick his career apart all we want, but if the Ravens pull the trigger on this one, he’ll be charged with making Baltimore a winner, again.

Garrett is credited with making the Cowboys offense “click” this season. The truth is, the Cowboys had a top five offense during the 2006 season. Garrett inherited a team that had an NFL quarterback, insert joke here, a very good running game, an All-Pro receiver, a solid tight end, and a complimentary offensive line.

In the Ravens, he has a very good running game, and a very good tight end. I’m interested to see how, not if, Ozzie Newsome and the gang change the roster.

Say what you want, but that’s the Ravens biggest problem. No, this isn’t a “The Ravens shouldn’t have fired Billick” speech. I’m just saying that the organization’s next step should be fortifying this roster. The team is crossing the line of veteran and becoming old.

While it was fun watching this group of Ravens’ legends grow, it’ll be as much fun watching the next groug become legends. Is it football season, yet?