Ravens figure to attack down field with McNair
The Ravens' acquisition of QB Steve McNair would not only give Baltimore a reliable starter but his presence also helps Kyle Boller.
Originally Published: June 7, 2006By KC Joyner | ESPN Insider
The Ravens' trade of Steve McNair benefits Baltimore in multiple ways. The most obvious benefit is that McNair represents a significant upgrade over Kyle Boller, though surprisingly, McNair's 2005 metrics weren't much better than Boller's. McNair averaged 6.9 yards per catchable attempt last season, while Boller averaged 6.8. So why were McNair's numbers so low last year?
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