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Andy Moeller
Offensive Line Coach
Age:
50
College:
Michigan
Hometown:
Ann Arbor, MI
Experience:
6

Biography

Andy Moeller is in his third year guiding the Ravens’ offensive linemen, after spending his first three seasons (2008-10) as the team’s assistant offensive line coach. Moeller guides an offensive line led by two-time Pro Bowl G Marshal Yanda. In 2012, the Ravens scored the most points(398) in single-season franchise history, also posting the second-most total yards (5,640) in a season. Baltimore set another team record in 2012 by surrendering a single-season low 16 turnovers. RB Ray Rice earned his third Pro Bowl in 2012, after tallying 1,621 yards from scrimmage (ninth in NFL), his fourth-straight season with at least 1,600. In 2011, Baltimore’s offense was 12th in scoring (23.6 ppg), seventh in third-down offense (42.4%) and 10th in rushing (124.8 ypg). Also in 2011, Rice led the league in yards from scrimmage (2,068). In 2009, the Ravens set a team record with 22 rushing TDs and tallied three of Baltimore’s then-four best offensive total yard outputs. In 2008, Baltimore was the NFL’s fourth-ranked rushing team (148.5 ypg). Moeller entered the NFL ranks in 2008 after coaching Michigan’s offensive line the previous six years, where he tutored two All-Americans: David Baas (2004) and T Jake Long (2006-07), the first-overall pick in the 2008 NFL Draft by Miami.

Andy Moeller is in his third year guiding the Ravens’ offensive linemen, after spending his first three seasons (2008-10) as the team’s assistant offensive line coach. Moeller guides an offensive line led by two-time Pro Bowl G Marshal Yanda. In 2012, the Ravens scored the most points(398) in single-season franchise history, also posting the second-most total yards (5,640) in a season.Baltimore set another team record in 2012 by surrendering a single-season low 16 turnovers. RB Ray Rice earned his third Pro Bowl in 2012, after tallying 1,621 yards from scrimmage (ninth in NFL), his fourth-straight season with at least 1,600. In 2011, Baltimore’s offense was 12th in scoring (23.6 ppg), seventh in third-down offense (42.4%) and 10th in rushing (124.8 ypg). Also in 2011, Rice led the league in yards from scrimmage (2,068). In 2009, the Ravens set a team record with 22 rushing TDs and tallied three of Baltimore’s then-four best offensive total yard outputs. In 2008, Baltimore was the NFL’s fourth-ranked rushing team (148.5 ypg). Moeller entered the NFL ranks in 2008 after coaching Michigan’s offensive line the previous six years, where he tutored two All-Americans: David Baas (2004) and T Jake Long (2006-07), the first-overall pick in the 2008 NFL Draft by Miami. Under Moeller, Michigan dominated the All-Big Ten selections list for O-linemen, and many of his pupils moved on to successful NFL careers. In four out of five seasons, Moeller’s offensive line helped pave the way for a 1,000-yard rusher, twice by 2003 Doak Walker Award winner Chris Perry (2002-03) and a pair of Michigan’s Top 10 season rushing performances from Mike Hart (2004,2006).

2008-12: (with Baltimore) 2012: Ravens scored the most points (398) in franchise single-season history, finishing 10th in NFL with 24.9 points per game...Offense also posted the team’s second-most total yards (5,640) in a season, while committing the fewest turnovers (16) in Ravens single-season history...G Marshal Yanda earned his second-straight Pro Bowl, and RB Ray Rice earned his third 2011: G Marshal Yanda and G Ben Grubbs each earned their first Pro Bowl nod...Offense was 12th in scoring (23.6 ppg), seventh in third-down offense (42.4%) and 10th in rushing (124.8 ypg)...RB Ray Rice led the league in yards from scrimmage (2,068). 2010: Hampered by injuries, the re-shuffled O-line protected QB Joe Flacco, who set career highs in passing yards (3,622) and TDs (25) and a single-season team record for passer rating (93.6). 2009: Baltimore was the NFL’s ninth-best scoring team (24.4 ppg)...Standout T Michael Oher was named to the All-Rookie Team. 2008: Ravens were the only NFL team to have a player with over 450 (Ray Rice), 650 (Willis McGahee) and 900 (Le’Ron McClain) rushing yards...Team permitted only 33 sacks, second fewest in team history...Helped guide the NFL’s youngest starting O-line and dealt with injuries that eventually broke up the opening day lineup.

2000-07: (with Michigan) 2007: From 2004-07, 11 of 25 All-Big Ten first-team selections along the O-line were Wolverines…Michigan was the only team to have multiple first-team All-Conference selections during that five-year stretch. 2004: O-line was anchored by C David Baas, the co-recipient of the Rimington Trophy as the nation’s outstanding center…Baas earned consensus All-America honors and was named the Big Ten Offensive Lineman of the Year after switching from guard to center…RG Matt Lentz and LT Adam Stenavich received All-Big Ten first-team honors, with RT Jake Long collecting second-team accolades. 2003: O-line was among the nation’s best, balancing a strong running game led by All-America tailback Chris Perry and the passing arm of All-Big Ten first-team QB John Navarre…Offense set school records for total offensive plays (1,014) and yards (5,807)…Moeller’s O-line helped pave the way for 1,000-yard rushers in five out of six years: twice by 2003 Doak Walker Award winner Perry (2002-03) and three times by Michigan’s all-time leading rusher Mike Hart (2004, 2006-07). 2002: Named offensive line coach. 2001: As Wolverines OTs/TEs coach, Moeller led another strong group…TEs unit caught 52 passes for 471 yards and 3 TDs. 2000: Tight ends overcame an opening-game injury to co-captain Shawn Thompson to produce another solid collective season, both in pass-catching and run-blocking…Hired to coach OTs and TEs.

1994-99: (with Missouri) 1997-99: Coached the Tigers’ O-line…Ranked among the nation’s top 10 in rushing yards per game during that span…Mizzou had three offensive linemen earn All-Big 12 first-team honors in the three years…Was also promoted to run-game coordinator during his tenure at Missouri. 1994-96: Helped coach TEs, tackles and special teams when he arrived in Columbia.

1988-93: (with Army) Coached the O-line, inside linebackers and special teams.

1987: (with Indiana) Launched his coaching career as a G.A. under head coach Bill Mallory.

College: A four-year letterman (1983-86) and two-year starter at LB for Michigan…As a senior, was co-captain of the 1987 Rose Bowl team…Earned All-Big Ten first-team honors during the 1986 season, leading the team with 138 tackles…He still ranks 12th on the school’s all-time list for career tackles (326)…Earned a bachelor of arts degree in economics and communications (1987).  

Personal: An All-State player at Pioneer (Ann Arbor, MI) HS before starring at the University of Michigan...Andy is the son of former Michigan head coach, Gary Moeller.

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