Ray Rice does not expect Ravens offense to change under Jim Caldwell: Fantasy implications

Rob Carr

The Ravens' offense is not expected to change under new offensive coordinator Jim Caldwell, according to running back Ray Rice. We break down the fantasy implications.

Ray Rice does not believe that the Baltimore Ravens' offense will change under new offensive coordinator Jim Caldwell, according to the team's official site. Caldwell, who was the Ravens' quarterbacks coach up until Tuesday, is taking over for the fired Cam Cameron.

"I don't think much is going to change right now," Rice said. "You can't change much. He's not going to re-invent the wheel. He knows how to win football games. He's won a lot over his career."

Fantasy Impact: Rice's touches have been a subject of some controversy lately. Cameron had a reputation for abandoning the running game too quickly at times, although Rice's involvement in the offense as a receiver has kept him productive most weeks.

There's no telling how Caldwell will affect the offense due to the fact that he has never been a coordinator on any level. Until we see how Caldwell calls a game, consider Rice's value, and the fantasy value of everyone else in the Ravens' offense, unchanged.

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