Cameron pointed out that Baltimore won 12 games and finished with a plus-seven turnover differential, and insisted that was more important than its low rating in total yardage.
“We didn’t score as many points as we would have liked, but total yards — which supposedly is the No. 1 measuring stick — is not a measuring stick for success in this league. It hasn’t been for 25 years,” Cameron said. “There’s a bunch of those top teams that aren’t in the playoffs. The good news is, all the stats, you can throw them all out the window at this point. It’s the stats that go from here, through February, that matter. So obviously, that’s where my focus is.”
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