More on Cam: Cameron became known as a top flight offensive coordinator while at San Diego from 2002-06 when he coached quarterbacks Drew Brees and Phillip Rivers, who each were selected to Pro Bowls. The 2006 Chargers led the NFL in scoring with 30.8 points a game and became one of only 28 teams in NFL history to average 30 or more points a game. In 2004, Cameron's offense averaged 27.8 points a game for third in the NFL, and he was named offensive assistant coach of the year in the NFL. Under Cameron as offensive coordinator with the Ravens, Flacco became the Ravens' all-time leading passer with 13,816 yards and 80 touchdowns in his first four seasons from 2008-11. Flacco's 44 wins over that span are the most by a starting quarterback over the first four seasons of a career in NFL history.