Ravens OC Mornhinweg to return for 2018 season

Jan 4, 2018 - 5:08 PM Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg is returning to the team for the 2018 season, coach John Harbaugh announced Thursday.

The Ravens' offense struggled during Mornhinweg's first season at the helm, finishing 27th overall and 29th in passing despite a surge in the second half of the campaign.

Baltimore averaged an AFC-best 29.4 points since Week 8, with only the Los Angeles Rams (29.5) putting up more in that span. The Ravens ended up ninth overall in points (24.7) but missed out on securing a postseason berth.

"I believe in these coaches, I understand the job they did this year because I see it close up," Harbaugh said. "I think our offense made a heck of a lot of progress, especially considering the adversity we faced and the challenges we were up against this year."

Mornhinweg, 55, took over as offensive coordinator in October 2016, when he replaced Marc Trestman.






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