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By Matt Palmer/The Examiner
BALTIMORE - October was not a good month for the Baltimore Ravens. The team went 1-2 and fired its offensive coordinator during a bye week.
After two weeks off, the Ravens will take the field Sunday at the Superdome against the New Orleans Saints, hoping to show that they are rejuvenated and ready for a playoff run.
The future of the Ravens (4-2) will fall on the shoulders of head coach Brian Billick, who assumed the team’s offensive play-calling after he fired Jim Fassel on Oct. 17. Fassel’s removal was a clear signal of the urgency inside the Baltimore organization, where jobs are on the line, including Billick’s.
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