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Old 06-08-2006, 04:46 PM   #31
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mcnairs gonna help the ravens greatly improve respectability in the league
Well, they'll be better but still not very good. They share a division with the Steelers and Bengals. They need more help than at QB, their whole offense was a disaster last year and Chester Taylor went to the Vikings, leaving no real backup for Jamal Lewis. On defense, they're aging and slowing down and are no longer the force they used to be.

He'll help them pick up a few more wins IF he stays healthy, but he's no savior for them.
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Old 06-09-2006, 10:17 AM   #32
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McNair makes the Ravens a .500 team at least. In the 2nd toughest division in football they'll need to catch some breaks to rise higher, but he's certainly a HUGE improvement over Boller and now gives them a QB other teams have to respect. This could also prove to be huge for Lewis, as he won't face as many stacked defensive fronts.

I think McNair has 2-3 more quality seasons in him assuming he can stay healthy. I don't see much to not like about this move by the Ravens.
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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 06-09-2006, 11:48 AM   #34
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I hate the Ravens, but man, what a great move
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The problem is, their O-line is getting old/bad and McNair has become an injury risk. If they can't keep the blitz from getting to him he won't last the whole season.
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That being said, I do think it's a good move for them. Maybe if I decide to draft Derrick Mason again this year he won't suck.
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Old 06-09-2006, 01:18 PM   #37
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McNair won't play out his 5-year deal with the Ravens. I think he'll be finished in 2 years.

I was saying he should retire LAST year. He's just too banged up to be the QB he once was, and in a few more hits, he'll be too banged up to be a QB at all.
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Because I hate the Ravens, I hope that McNair can't play out his contract and that the 11 million dollar bonus bites them in the ass. I don't want McNair crippled or in any way permanently injured but just something that stops him from playing.

Of course, no one is saying that they overpaid for a player who has been consistently injured the past 2 years and will be playing behind a bad line.
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Well, they'll be better but still not very good. They share a division with the Steelers and Bengals. They need more help than at QB, their whole offense was a disaster last year and Chester Taylor went to the Vikings, leaving no real backup for Jamal Lewis. On defense, they're aging and slowing down and are no longer the force they used to be.

He'll help them pick up a few more wins IF he stays healthy, but he's no savior for them.
They did pick up Mike Anderson from Denver this year, I'm thinking he's a better backup that Taylor.
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