Robert Griffin: Ravens’ offense to ‘shock some people’

Robert Griffin III is eagerly awaiting his next chance, where or when it may arise, even though he does not know.
Despite throwing six passes over the previous two seasons, Griffin has not been sitting idly in Baltimore. He’s been elevated to Jackson’s backup, so away from seeing the field, he is 1 snap from Lamar Jackson’s mentor.
The veteran signal-caller stated the league is in for a fantastic surprise in 2019 concerning the Ravens’ offense.
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“I have to create sure I understand the crime, forward and backward,” Griffin explained, via the team’s official site. “The offense will appear different. I think with what we are likely to do, we’ll shock some people. We can do it if we must run it 60 days. But if we need to throw it 30 to 40 times, we can also do it. I believe that’s what we’re working on, to ensure we have these abilities.”
Obviously, no NFL team ran the ball more frequently last year. The Ravens’ run-pass ratio was particularly imbalanced once Jackson was inserted into the starting lineup in Week 11. Baltimore ran on 65.6 percent of its plays from scrimmage while winning six of its final seven games, promising the AFC North in the process. However, as Griffin noted, the plan under fresh OC Greg Roman is to be flexible moving ahead.
They added several bits this offseason with that initiative in your mind, drafting wide receivers Marquise”Hollywood” Brown and Miles Boykin and operating Justice Hill, and signing former Saints Pro Bowler Mark Ingram.
“This game is about mismatches and that is what we’re trying to make,” Griffin explained. “You get a man like Hollywood, it’s a speed mismatch. When you get a guy like Boykin, it’s a reach and height mismatch. Get them in situations where they may be successful.”
RGIII already sees his situation . After he sat out the 2017 year old, the club took a flier on the star this past year. It then resigned him this spring up in the wake of trading Joe Flacco to the Broncos. Griffin, whose ultimate goal at 29″would be to develop into a franchise quarterback” again, said Roman and QBs coach James Urban highlighted in a personal meeting just how much they appreciate Griffin’s role on the group and, potentially, in the offense should Jackson be sidelined.
“It meant a great deal for them to sit down and have that conversation with mepersonally,” Griffin explained. “I have not had that talk with anybody for a longlong time. I’ve just been battling for the next meal. And when I have drafted in 2012, I never thought I would be in that position where I needed to struggle for another meal. …
“I am happy to be here, I’m excited to be here, I really like this place, I love this organization. They’ve treated me nicely. I have larger goals in mind, and those goals begin with the Baltimore Ravens. So I must be sure I do everything I could to be the most appropriate for the Baltimore Ravens.”
That strategy has paid off — literally — for Griffin far.

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