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    Re: Daunte Culpepper are the Ravens interested?



    Maybe a 4th. Heck if I'm going to debate the worthiness of Kyle Boller with a hater.
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    Re: Daunte Culpepper are the Ravens interested?

    Im not a Boller hater.

    a 4th? we could never get that high of a draft pick for Boller. Trent Green went for a 5th and he is so much better than Boller that it isnt even funny.
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    Re: Daunte Culpepper are the Ravens interested?

    If interested I just blogged on this topic. Feel free to chime in on the blog entitled PLEASE PASS THE CULPEPPER.




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    Quote Originally Posted by festivus View Post
    For many teams, backup quarterback is a position of need. For us, it isn't.

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    What???

    Please enlighten me: how much NFL back-up experience do Finnerty, Olsen, and Smith have -- combined?

    We have an old guy who is injury prone at the helm. We need a quality back-up more -- much more - than most other NFL teams.

    Not that I think anything will ever happen here because our cap is already a bust -- and last I heard, Daunte was due $5.6 million. But - as much as I would like to see Culpepper in here to replace the aging & weak-armed McNair, it's not realistic due to Culpepper's injury worries.
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    Re: Daunte Culpepper are the Ravens interested?

    T - how can you want Culpepper over McNair? Culpepper has been absolute crap for the past 2 seasons, and now can't stay healthy. He wouldn't want to come here anyway unless he has a chance to start, and I just can't see them doing that to McNair after he was a 13 win quarterback last year (not to mention what we invested in him).

    Besides, Boller is an adequate backup for this year, with Smith on third string.




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    Re: Daunte Culpepper are the Ravens interested?

    If they were stupid enough to bring in Culpepper to replace McNair/Boller, you would be guaranteed of exactly one thing ----- 4-7 win seasons for as long as he was here!!! I guess that WOULD help us in the long run as we'd get some great draft picks!
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    Re: Daunte Culpepper are the Ravens interested?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mista T View Post
    What???

    Please enlighten me: how much NFL back-up experience do Finnerty, Olsen, and Smith have -- combined?
    T, you misunderstood me. It's not a position of need precisely *because* we have Boller. That's the value he brings to the table, and that's the value we would not see in a trade. If we trade him it *becomes* a position of need, though presumably Culpepper - who, like I said, I don't think is actually coming - would try to fill. But I'd rather have Boller then Culpepper as a backup anyway, with his experience in the system.

    Sorry, my fault. I wasn't clear.
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    Re: Daunte Culpepper are the Ravens interested?

    Dave Gladow of NFL.com thinks this wouldn't make sense for the Ravens...
    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/10217364
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  9. #33

    Re: Daunte Culpepper are the Ravens interested?

    Quote Originally Posted by Losac View Post
    T - how can you want Culpepper over McNair?
    Just looking forward to the 2008 season. Culpepper will be 31 and hopefully fully healed. McNair will be 35 and his arm likely shot. Unless he can demonstrate that he can win a big game, I'd like to see him cut next June. There's no way that we could afford the cap hit of cutting McNair today plus Culpepper's salary plus negotiate Suggs' extension.

    It's all b.s.: Culpepper is possibly still not ready this season, and likely not affordable in any event. His Miami contract is $5.6 million.
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    Re: Daunte Culpepper are the Ravens interested?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mista T View Post
    Just looking forward to the 2008 season.
    Call me optimistic, but I think McNair has at least 2 more years left in him, and after that Troy Smith would be ready to take over. His intangibles already look great, and he'd have the time to sit on the bench and learn from McNair.




  11. #35

    Re: Daunte Culpepper are the Ravens interested?

    I can't believe anyone thinks Boller is worth a 4th round pick.

    Trent Green, a Pro Bowler, was traded for a 5th round pick and I believe the 49ers got Darrel Jackson, a 1,000 yard receiver, for a 4th round pick.




  12. Re: Daunte Culpepper are the Ravens interested?

    When will Baltimore ever be happy with their QB?? I am so sick of this QB chat, I think I'm going to hurl!




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