There is truly an advantage to being a fan of a team that is not in your local area. In my case, I currently reside in New Orleans, Louisiana, and I have been able to watch both the Ravens' and Saints' games every Sunday. Here is what I see: The New Orleans Saints' coaching staff realizes what game plan must be put in place in order to successfully put the opposing team away. The Ravens are just the opposite. Every Sunday I have to ask myself, "Why on Earth does Cam Cameron continually go conservative with his play-calling in the fourth quarter?" After eight (I believe) comebacks by opposing teams, you would think that our "genius" of an OC would learn to change his play-calling tactics. Regarding Greg Mattison, we have the same problem. The defense continuously goes into "prevent mode" whenever playing with a mild lead, instead of playing with the same ferocity seen in the first half. Mattison must keep the pressure on the opposing QB for four quarters, not two. The coaching staff has been laughable, to say the least, and I believe that it is finally time for Coach Harbaugh to take the reigns and set the coordinators straight. If he can't set them straight, then someone in the front office has to. The only way the Ravens can find success in the playoffs is if they learn to put teams away. It does not get any more simple than that, and the coaches are the first to blame.