Ravens New Offensive Coordinator May Implement "Versatile" Offensive Scheme

He was hired earlier this month.

Ryan Mink of BaltimoreRavens.com believes that the Baltimore Ravens' new offensive coordinator Todd Monken will introduce a versatile offensive scheme in 2023.

Monken was hired this month to take over the Baltimore offense that has been led by Greg Roman since 2019. After leaving the Cleveland Browns in 2019, Monken won back-to-back titles with the Georgia Bulldogs, an impressive accomplishment.

Although Monken is known for his pass-heavy offensive systems, he is expected to bring a more traditional, balanced approach to the Ravens' offense.

Monken's previous Georgia offense frequently used two tight end sets, which is good news for players like Isaiah Likely and Mark Andrews.

Monken's Georgia offense wasn't very dangerous in their run-game, however, they were able to post top-three pass EPA numbers in 2022.

Overall, Monken, on paper, would appear to make the Ravens a more balanced offense, improving their passing game above all else, their biggest need.
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