Wow. I've watched the Ravens, there are games where he ignores the run altogether and abandons it. I know that, I'm not saying that he's a good OC, I'm not saying that he uses Ray Rice as much as he should. I know that Cam Cameron sucks, I'm a Dolphins fan and he coached us to a 1-15 season. He is too conservative and doesn't use the weapons he has to their full potential.
Running game wise he does put a offense in place that utilizes running backs and under that system he uses them in both the running game and passing game to the point where they are potentially the best in the league. It's not about stats. Every season he's been a coach the team hes with consistently has one of the best running backs in the league. His main flaw is in how he uses the running backs, one week giving the ball to ray 25 times then trying it 12 times the following week doesn't make any sense.
I think what I'm saying is getting twisted by you guys. He has consistently had a great runningback in his offensive schemes. I think he plays a part in that because he coached LT during his record-setting best years in the NFL, he coached Ronnie Brown in his best season, and Ray Rice has consistently been one of the best running backs in the league. He's not consistent in his playcalling, hes too conservative, and his style of playcalling doesn't consistently win games in the nfl today (the ravens have to rely on their defense way too much with the weapons they have on offense.)
My argument simply is that he has been a part in LT's best seasons, Ronnie's best season, and Ray Rice's career. I think it'll be interesting to see what happens next and if that trend will continue. Not calling the guy a master mind or anything, I think firing him was the right move.