17 Nov 2005
Here's Shannon Sharpe on his radio show Monday: "Boller plays just good enough to get himself cut and [the coach] fired - which is a lose-lose situation."
Here's Kyle Boller in today's Baltimore Sun: "I've got my teammates behind me ... I need to listen to those people. It doesn't matter what Shannon Sharpe says. That doesn't mean anything to me."
Yes, it's easy to blame Boller, but it's not his fault that Jamal Lewis suddenly turned into a pumpkin, and the offensive line has decided that blocking people is optional. (free registration/bugmenot required)
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