Baltimore Ravens: Veteran Offensive Coach Hue Jackson to Tutor QBs

RealFootball365.comSenior Writer IFebruary 8, 2008

The Baltimore Ravens hired Hue Jackson to be the quarterbacks coach and Andy Moeller as assistant offensive line coach.

Jackson was the Atlanta Falcons' offensive coordinator last season. He was the Washington Redskins' OC in 2003 and Cincinnati's wide receivers coach from 2004 through 2006.

Moeller, son of former Michigan and Detroit Lions' coach Gary Moeller, spent the past six seasons as Michigan's O-line coach. He will assist John Matsko, who was brought in to be the line coach last week.


Jackson is a very experienced coach and will work closely with OC Cam Cameron under first-year coach John Harbaugh.

Fantasy Football Impact

Cameron and Jackson could be a good combo for the Ravens' quarterbacks. The problem is: no one knows who will be the Ravens' quarterback.

Steve McNair, Kyle Boller and Troy Smith are all on the roster, but all have flaws.

The guess here is that Boller will become the starter (whether McNair retires, is released or just benched). But the Ravens' QB—whoever it is—will not be much of a fantasy player in 2008.