After losing to the Cincinnati Bengals in the Wild Card Round, the Baltimore Ravens are heading into an offseason of extreme uncertainty. Not only does Lamar Jackson remain without a contract extension, but the team also needs to find a new offensive coordinator after parting ways with Greg Roman.
For his part, head coach John Harbaugh has tried to calm some of those concerns by providing some clarity on the team's offensive direction going forward.
Baltimore Ravens Offense
While some have speculated that Baltimore would implement a new offense without Roman and potentially without Jackson, Harbaugh dismissed those rumors, saying that the Ravens will retain their offensive identity going forward.
That makes sense from a football perspective, as Baltimore has built a run-heavy offense around Jackson since his debut in 2018. Shifting gears to a more traditional or pass-heavy offense would be incredibly difficult, as that would require a new playbook and new personnel to execute it.
The Ravens have enjoyed plenty of success with their current offense, reaching the playoffs four times in five seasons with Jackson. If it ain't broke, don't fix it.