Chris Worthington  

Chris Worthington was born and raised in northern Baltimore County and currently lives in Baltimore City. He graduated from McDaniel College with a B.A. in English and a minor in writing and then went on to earn his M.S. Professional Writing from Towson University. Currently, Chris works as the Managing Editor of Capitol Hill Daily, a political e-letter. Chris began writing about the Ravens in 2012. Be sure to check out all of his All-22 work in collaboration with Dan Bryden.

 

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All-22 Playbook, Part Three

In case you missed them, here are parts one and two of the All-22 Playbook. Part three of the All-22 Playbook focuses on a small niche in the passing game: screens and play action. Both are important tools in the … Continue reading

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All-22 Playbook, Part Two

I was excited to see all the positive feedback for part one of this series. I’m hoping this turns out to be a useful resource in the end. You can discuss part two here. Since the Ravens have been re-signing … Continue reading

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All-22 Playbook, Part One

Outside of free agency, March can be a slow month for football news. Yes, there will be more hype leading up to the draft, but the internet is already saturated with draft analysis. So Dan Bryden and I decided to … Continue reading

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Can Bernard Pierce Carry the Load?

I’m sure everyone is (very) familiar with the Ray Rice story at this point. We have a whole thread devoted to talking about it, in fact. So I won’t go into it here. But at this point, many have begun … Continue reading

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An All-22 Look at Air Coryell

Last week, Mike Randall wrote an excellent piece on the Air Coryell offensive system. He then requested some all-22 visuals to supplement the piece, so I’m going to break down a few of the staples plays from Don Coryell’s famous … Continue reading

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The Patriots Find Success With Outside Zone

Many things went wrong for the Ravens on Sunday, and one of the most disappointing was their inability to stop the run. New England ran a whopping 34 times against the Ravens for 142 yards (a 4.2 YPC average) and … Continue reading

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Assessing the Patriots’ Passing Attack

Though the Pats are relying more on the running game than in recent seasons, their offense inevitably flows through Tom Brady and the passing game. Brady’s been successful in a multitude of offensive systems during his career, and this year … Continue reading

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Reviewing Flacco’s Performance in the Blizzard Bowl

Joe had a mixed day against the Vikings, throwing three costly interceptions but also finding the end zone three times, including a beautiful touchdown pass to Marlon Brown to secure a rather unlikely victory. I went to the tape to … Continue reading

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A Closer Look at the Vertical Passing Offense

In recent weeks, the Ravens deep passing attack has found some success. In his last two games, Joe Flacco has thrown for well above his average yards per attempt, including an outing against New York where he threw for 10.5 … Continue reading

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Checking in on the Baltimore Tight Ends

We all know that the production from the Ravens’ tight ends has been disappointing this season. I decided to take a closer look at Ed Dickson and Dallas Clark versus Chicago to see what’s going on. Is it the scheme? … Continue reading

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