After Sunday's 17-14 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, wide receiver Derrick Mason publicly questioned why he wasn't more involved in the offensive gameplan and how he finished with zero catches for only the second time in his five-year history with the Ravens.
On Wednesday, Mason blamed himself for his underwhelming performance. Not to be outdone, offensive coordinator Cam Cameron acknowledged that some of the criticism should be shifted his way, too.
"It falls squarely right here," Cameron said during his weekly media briefing this morning at the team's training facility in Owings Mills. "It's unacceptable for that to happen. It's my responsibility — period. And we'll do everything we can — and I guarantee that it's not going to happen again. I know Derrick; he doesn't really care as long as we win the game, and he's sincere about that. But I don't blame him. We've got to get that guy involved. He's one of our best players."