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Old 06-07-2006, 06:19 PM   #16
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If Baltimore waits until he is released, they wouldn't have been able to get him ready for week 1. I know he is an upgrade over Boller, but he's not going to be able to grasp the new offense as well as he knew Tennessee's by the time the season rolls around. It will be interesting to see what team does better, McNair's old team, or his new one.
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Old 06-07-2006, 07:13 PM   #17
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Baltimore still has a very tough division to get out of - Pitssburgh and Cincinnati aren't going to be pushovers. This signing means they haven't given up in Baltimore, though.
and even Cleveland has made some pretty good moves and seem headed in a good direction.

This will help Baltimore but as u said the qb position wasn't the only spot needing some work.

It is sad to see a player who gave absolutely every ounce of himself for that organization and they treat him like a pair of worn out socks and r tossing him out in the trash.
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Old 06-07-2006, 08:01 PM   #18
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too little, too late. 2 years ago this would have made the ravens legit super bowl contenders. now with mcnair all beat up and baltimores lack of a ground game, this move isnt that big a deal
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Old 06-08-2006, 12:37 AM   #19
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Good For That Brother........he Deserve To Get His........ I Hope The Titans Fall Of The Face Of The Earth
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Old 06-08-2006, 12:39 AM   #20
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too little, too late. 2 years ago this would have made the ravens legit super bowl contenders. now with mcnair all beat up and baltimores lack of a ground game, this move isnt that big a deal
LIKE HIM BEING THERE NOW, MAKE THEM A PRETENDER, HE'S WAY BETTER THE TRENT DILFER,......I BET THE RAVENS OR HAPPY, HELLO MC NAIR GOOD BY......KYLE LOO-SER
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Old 06-08-2006, 01:08 AM   #21
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Overall, Brunell's stats are a little better and I mean a little. Same completion % and INTs. McNair has more rushing TD's and rushing yards (and Super Bowl appearances).
Good point there! I have some stats here:

.....................................Steve McNair......vs...........Mark Brunell
Career Passing Yards.............27,141.......................... ..30,037
Career TD's............................156............... ..................174
Career Interceptions................103.................. ...............102
Career Rating.........................83.3............... .................84.1
Completion Percentage............59.5........................ ........59.4
Career Rushing Yards..............3,439.......................... ....2,399
Career Avg. per Rush................5.6........................... ......4.8

IMPORTANT: Essentially, they have both played for the SAME number of years. (Brunell sat on the bench for two years with the Packers, so they both began starting the same year)

Their stats are very similar, and if you really look at it Mark Brunell looks to be the better overall quarterback (the numbers kind of put Mark Brunell's career into perspective and show how TALENTED a quarterback we actually have)
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Old 06-08-2006, 01:49 AM   #22
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Good point there! I have some stats here:

.....................................Steve McNair......vs...........Mark Brunell
Career Passing Yards.............27,141.......................... ..30,037
Career TD's............................156............... ..................174
Career Interceptions................103.................. ...............102
Career Rating.........................83.3............... .................84.1
Completion Percentage............59.5........................ ........59.4
Career Rushing Yards..............3,439.......................... ....2,399
Career Avg. per Rush................5.6........................... ......4.8

IMPORTANT: Essentially, they have both played for the SAME number of years. (Brunell sat on the bench for two years with the Packers, so they both began starting the same year)

Their stats are very similar, and if you really look at it Mark Brunell looks to be the better overall quarterback (the numbers kind of put Mark Brunell's career into perspective and show how TALENTED a quarterback we actually have)
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Old 06-08-2006, 08:48 AM   #23
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LIKE HIM BEING THERE NOW, MAKE THEM A PRETENDER, HE'S WAY BETTER THE TRENT DILFER,......I BET THE RAVENS OR HAPPY, HELLO MC NAIR GOOD BY......KYLE LOO-SER
You know who really sucks? Michael Vick. Ha!......ladies and gentleman it appears the original composer of Question 3 has returned.

Now let's guess what BMF could stand for:

"Bag My Fruits"?
"Buy More Fish"?
"Bring Me Frodo"?

what do you all think?
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Old 06-08-2006, 09:04 AM   #24
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I don't think the Ravens are going to be a real threat in their division. Adding McNair is more of a bandaid - their receiving corps still sucks, the D struggles and Jamal Lewis is problematic at best.

The bonus to all this is I guess we'll get to see Vince Young play sooner. It's a shame for Young really though, he could have benefited greatly from some tutoring from McNair for a couple of years.
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I guess this means V Young will now play for the Titans? Do they have anyone else ready to step up?
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I guess this means V Young will now play for the Titans? Do they have anyone else ready to step up?
Billy Volek will probably start and they're probably going to sign a vet like Kerry Collins.

I doubt they want Young playing this year unless it's due to an emergency.
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Old 06-08-2006, 10:10 AM   #27
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cool deal. mcnair.
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Old 06-08-2006, 10:27 AM   #28
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Ok guys, here is something to ponder for all of those media types that say the Skins spend too much money. I live close to Nashville and was listening to one of their Sports talk shows this morning. They said that McNair will still count $14 million on this years cap for the Titans. Are you kidding me!!!!!! I want to here what Peter King has to say about that. Or you Lenny. I don't know if the Skins have ever made a decision that dumb. The funny thing is, if the Titans did not trade him, they were going to have to pay like $25 million or something to him this year!!!! Geez!
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Old 06-08-2006, 12:32 PM   #29
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If he can somehow manage to stay healthy, he'll be great for the Ravens.

They needed a QB more than any other team in the league, except maybe the Jets.


Kyle Boller looks like Patrick Ramsey, Jr. Plays like a rookie QB every year.
Anthony Wright is good on occasions, but he's no full-time starter.
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Old 06-08-2006, 01:01 PM   #30
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mcnairs gonna help the ravens greatly improve respectability in the league
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