Hiring Gary Kubiak and Rick Dennison is just what the Ravens needed to kick-start the offense in the right direction.
From 2007-2012, the Texans enjoyed their six best offensive seasons in franchise history. A master of the zone running game, Kubiak has the expertise to get the Ravens headed in the opposite direction of the 1,328 rushing yards they finished with in 2013.
Rick Dennison worked under Kubiak as Houston's offensive coordinator from 2010-2013. The two will help lead an offensive group to post bigger numbers with hopes of returning to the postseason.
Here's a look at each coach's resume:
1992-93: Texas A&M, running backs coach (coached second team All-American and future NFL first-rounder Greg Hill)
1995-2002: Denver Broncos, offensive Coordinator/quarterbacks (helped guide the offense to Super Bowl wins in 1997 and 1998)
2003-05: Denver Broncos, offensive coordinator (his offenses averaged 365 yards and 25.2 points per game from 1995-2005)
2006-13: Houston Texans, head coach (averaged 153 rushing yards per game in 2011, led the Texans to a 12-4 record in 2012)
1992-94: Suffield (Conn.) Academy, assistant
1995-96: Denver Broncos, offensive assistant
1997-2000: Denver Broncos, special teams
2001-05: Denver Broncos, offensive line
2006-08: Denver Broncos, offensive coordinator
2009: Denver Broncos, offensive line
2010-13: Houston Texans, offensive coordinator