Edward Lee, Ravens reporter: Ever since last year's questionable decisions to veer away from running back Ray Rice as the centerpiece of the offense, Cam Cameron has been under scrutiny for his game plans. And while the team's transition from a defense-based foundation to an offensive one seems natural in a pass-happy NFL, the strategy to rely largely on quarterback Joe Flacco instead of Rice may have been Cameron's biggest vulnerability. To be fair, the team's decision to dismiss Cameron should be a resounding indictment of the players, too, that their execution and performances have fallen short of expectations. But as my colleague Matt Vensel pointed out, perhaps Flacco had hit his ceiling with Cameron and needed a new voice in his helmet. Maybe all the players did. Jim Caldwell will certainly get public endorsements from his colleagues and the players. Now the onus is on him to unveil what the offense can do against the Denver Broncos on Sunday.