Granted, the over/under on games played is likely around 11.5 ... but if McNair can stay on the field, he is a huge upgrade over Akili Boller and makes Baltimore and the division that much tougher.
For years, the Cavs/Indians/Browns are in the worst divisions in their respective sports, then when things start to turn for us ... we have the Tigers and White Sox emerge in MLB, all five teams in the Cavs division go to the playoffs, and the AFC North suddenly becomes maybe the formdiable division in football.
McNair's still got at least a couple very good seasons in him. He doesn't throw picks, doesn't take sacks, and is reunited with Derrick Mason and also has one of the leagues best TE's in Heap, and last years 1st rd pick Mark Clayton from Oklahoma. And hes a leader. The Ravens will rally behind him and be a more confident offensive unit than they were under Boller, who the team came to resent.
I don't like this ...