MARTY MORNHINWEG is in his third year as the Ravens’ offensive coordinator, originally assuming the role in Week 6 of 2016. Mornhinweg, a 34-year coaching veteran and former NFL head coach (Lions), has an extensive background coordinating offenses and tutoring quarterbacks. Under Mornhinweg, the Ravens' offense has seen recent gains both in the run game and passing game and has increased its scoring numbers as well. Baltimore finished the 2017 season ranking ninth overall in points per game (24.7). Over the last nine contests of the season, the Ravens scored the NFL’s second-most points per game (29.4). During the same span, the Ravens also ranked No. 1 in fewest giveaways (5) and No. 2 in sacks allowed (10). Mornhinweg originally joined the Ravens in 2015 as quarterbacks coach, helping guide QB Joe Flacco to a career-high and franchise-best 4,317 passing yards in 2016. That season, the Ravens’ offense also featured 1,000-yard receiver Mike Wallace (1,017) and TE Dennis Pitta, who ranked No. 1 in the NFL in catches by a tight end (86). In his first season with the Ravens (2015), Mornhinweg helped Baltimore rack up a franchise-record 4,271 net passing yards (266.9 ypg) and the second-most total net yards in team history (5,749).