Ravens are better off without McNair
With Steve McNair gone, Kyle Boller or Troy Smith will be given a chance to lead the Ravens.
Originally Published: April 17, 2008By Keith Kidd | Scouts Inc.
Many might think losing Steve McNair and handing the quarterback job to Kyle Boller and/or Troy Smith means trouble for the Baltimore Ravens, but the timing of his departure is actually a blessing for new head coach John Harbaugh and his staff. This decision allows the Ravens to devote all their offensive energy to getting Boller and Smith familiar with new offensive coordinator Cam Cameron's system and lets them work on plans for acquiring a quarterback in the upcoming draft.
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