"Keep in mind you're talking about an organization that has won a lot of games, won a Super Bowl championship with a defensive dominated mentality. Clearly this is changing, and that happens," Billick said. "You would like to be all things to all people, but you can't be. Clearly with the acquisitions they've made offensively, they're in the process of this transition. It has been accelerated with the loss of [inside linebacker] Ray Lewis, with [outside linebacker] Terrell Suggs, with the corners on the outside, so obviously, it has accelerated with, 'We're going to put this on the back of our offense.' And they do need to step up and that is always tough with a team makes that kind of transition. [Quarterback] Joe Flacco, I don't know if he's ever been really comfortable with Cam Cameron. He really enjoyed having Jim Zorn as his quarterback coach. That created a problem in this trifecta that you're talking about, so they shipped him off. Now Jim Caldwell has that relationship with Joe Flacco. We're going to see how for a guy who has never called plays in this league before, how that is going to exhibit itself with a quarterback that clearly has a comfort zone and we're going to see how that changes the structure of what they're doing."