12 Dec 2005
I really feel bad for Kyle Boller. Honestly. He seems to be a hard worker, says all the right things, and stays out of trouble (which apparently isn't all that easy to do in Baltimore), but he's just not a very good quarterback. He single-handedly willed the Ravens to defeat yesterday, throwing two ridiculous interceptions, and losing an even more ridiculous fumble. If he's cut after the season, I really think his NFL career might be over. Can you imagine a team giving him a shot to win a starting job? Me neither. For all the heat Joey Harrington and David Carr have taken over the years, they've got nothing on Boller. (free registration/bugmenot required)
37 comments, Last at 13 Dec 2005, 6:43pm by Tom Kelso
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