Randy Brown does two things that no one else in the NFL does. First, he is the kicking coach for the Baltimore Ravens. No other team has a coach whose sole responsibility is to tutor its placekicker and punter. He's been on John Harbaugh's staff since 2008, when the Ravens hired Harbaugh as their head coach, and over that time the Ravens' specialists have generally been among the NFL's best. Punter Sam Koch was a Pro Bowl alternate in 2010, and after kicker Billy Cundiff made the Pro Bowl in 2011, the team replaced him with rookie Justin Tucker in 2012. All Tucker did was make 30 of his 33 field-goal attempts during the regular season, then boot a 47-yarder in overtime to beat the Denver Broncos in the AFC divisional playoffs and help the Ravens reach Super Bowl XLVII.