The firing of Marc Trestman as offensive coordinator is nothing more than a Band-Aid to cover a lot of problems that will continue to hurt the Ravens.
Head coach John Harbaugh had to make the move in the wake of his team's 16-10 loss to the Washington Redskins on Sunday. In that game, the Ravens abandoned a dominant running attack, causing several weeks of frustration to peak and erasing any confidence the players had in Trestman.
On Monday, Harbaugh either had to endorse Trestman for the rest of the season or let him go, and he chose the latter. It was a good move that appeared inevitable.
Now, for the next couple of weeks, the Ravens will play better because all the...