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    If we cut McNair



    Many have stated today to cut Steve McNair. If we do get rid of him do we go back to Boller or do go get another QB ?


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    Re: If we cut McNair

    I dont think there's any chance we cut him. After a 13-3 season, he'll be back.

    I think he's basically washed up, but I think he'll start next season. Hopefully there will atleast be an open competition.

    Matt Schuab is always an option at some point. Or, we can hope that Kyle gets his head straight.




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    cutting mcniar is the dumbest thing you could ever possibly think about doing. youre just speaking out of anger. he turned a 6-10 team into a 13-3 team.




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    Re: If we cut McNair

    I just watched the game on TiVo and McNair looked even worse than he did live. He was just horrible.

    That said, cutting him would be counter productive. The economics of it make no sense.

    But if he's going to be kept and remain the starter they'll need to work on a super-duper offense scheme where the QB never has to thrown more than 25 yds down the field.




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    Re: If we cut McNair

    Quote Originally Posted by FHRaven View Post
    I just watched the game on TiVo and McNair looked even worse than he did live. He was just horrible.

    That said, cutting him would be counter productive. The economics of it make no sense.

    But if he's going to be kept and remain the starter they'll need to work on a super-duper offense scheme where the QB never has to thrown more than 25 yds down the field.
    I agree about letting him go...it would be counter-productive. As far as 25 yd passes, he's been able to do that when he had the time (see Steelers' away game). Another poster eluded to letting Neuheisel become OC....I think that would open things up for us.




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    Re: If we cut McNair

    Quote Originally Posted by 4G63 View Post
    I agree about letting him go...it would be counter-productive. As far as 25 yd passes, he's been able to do that when he had the time (see Steelers' away game). Another poster eluded to letting Neuheisel become OC....I think that would open things up for us.
    How would hiring Neuheisel open things up on offense. Rick would still run Billick's offense. That is unless Steve Bisciotti steps in and orders for Billick to let said OC run the offense, and I doubt Billick agrees to that.
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    Re: If we cut McNair

    1. Cutting McNair is ridiculous talk.
    2. Cutting McNair won't happen.
    3. We are just heartbroken today and are over-reacting

    Here are some stats for you to chew on. Since Billick took over the offense:

    - 8th ranked offense in the league 341 ypg (ahead of Bengals, Pats, Packers)
    - 7th in the league in ppg 24
    - 5th in the league in passing ypg 247
    - 21st in the league in rushing ypg 107
    - 1st in the league in time of possession almost 34 min per game

    Ravens also shattered the franchise record for sacks allowed (17). The previous record was 35. That is McNair's presence in the pocket to minimize negative plays.

    And, as mentioned, he has the confidence of the defense, offensive line and the rest of the team. Most importantly, the chemistry in the locker room is positive and everyone believes in each other. One more year learning the offense will make a big difference. The reason the defense came back this year is because they had confidence in the offense, they fed off the offense and they were rested. McNair had a lot to do with the resurgence.

    Maybe this makes everyone a little less arrogant and a little more hungry. The window of opportunity for this group is closed after 2007 as the old timers will be moving on by 2008.

    McNair will be the QB next year and the Ravens will be competitive if they stay healthy. Very tough schedule though, and they will earn some frequent flyer miles with 3 west coast trips. Our boys will have to earn it next year. Regardless, McNair will be back and will be better than this year.




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    Re: If we cut McNair

    Quote Originally Posted by Big Meaty View Post
    1. Cutting McNair is ridiculous talk.
    2. Cutting McNair won't happen.
    3. We are just heartbroken today and are over-reacting

    Here are some stats for you to chew on. Since Billick took over the offense:

    - 8th ranked offense in the league 341 ypg (ahead of Bengals, Pats, Packers)
    - 7th in the league in ppg 24
    - 5th in the league in passing ypg 247
    - 21st in the league in rushing ypg 107
    - 1st in the league in time of possession almost 34 min per game

    Ravens also shattered the franchise record for sacks allowed (17). The previous record was 35. That is McNair's presence in the pocket to minimize negative plays.

    And, as mentioned, he has the confidence of the defense, offensive line and the rest of the team. Most importantly, the chemistry in the locker room is positive and everyone believes in each other. One more year learning the offense will make a big difference. The reason the defense came back this year is because they had confidence in the offense, they fed off the offense and they were rested. McNair had a lot to do with the resurgence.

    Maybe this makes everyone a little less arrogant and a little more hungry. The window of opportunity for this group is closed after 2007 as the old timers will be moving on by 2008.

    McNair will be the QB next year and the Ravens will be competitive if they stay healthy. Very tough schedule though, and they will earn some frequent flyer miles with 3 west coast trips. Our boys will have to earn it next year. Regardless, McNair will be back and will be better than this year.
    I agree cutting him is not what we should do. However reading the posts today you would think he didn't do anything all year. We are hurt and I am also but we need to relax.





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    Re: If we cut McNair

    McNair will not be cut. Everyone needs to suck it up and stop whinin about the loss. I'm mad as all hell but sometimes you win, sometimes you lose. If it wasn't for Steve McNair, we wouldn't have been 13-3. He'll be back next year, and the RAVENS are gonna come back with a vengeance. I still believe in Steve.
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    Ravens were a much better team with McNair. I do hope the Ravens do get an offensive coordinator.




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    Re: If we cut McNair

    We are not cutting McNair. Let's get real, here.
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    Re: If we cut McNair

    Quote Originally Posted by indy_steelers View Post
    Ravens were a much better team with McNair. I do hope the Ravens do get an offensive coordinator.
    We have a cobra coiled up and ready to strike in the basement of the complex. The cobra's name is Neuheisel, and it is just waiting to be let out.
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