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(ESPN)   Derrick Mason doesn't remember the Titans   (espn.go.com ) divider line
    More: Unlikely, Derrick Mason, Titans, Steve McNair, John Harbaugh, Ozzie Newsome, receiving yards, Ed Reed, Baltimore Ravens  
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2012-06-12 12:42:57 PM  
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Harv72b: IAmRight: degenerate-afro: When you take that into account along with the fact that he had Steve McNair throwing to him on the Titans, but Kyle Bowler Steve McNair throwing to him on the Ravens, that's pretty significant.

FTFY

To be fair, as a Ravens fan I can tell you that the Boller era seemed to last much longer than it actually did.


I like to think of it as the Kyle Boller error and yes, it did feel like it lasted forever.
2012-06-12 12:25:25 PM  
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IAmRight: degenerate-afro: When you take that into account along with the fact that he had Steve McNair throwing to him on the Titans, but Kyle Bowler Steve McNair throwing to him on the Ravens, that's pretty significant.

FTFY


To be fair, as a Ravens fan I can tell you that the Boller era seemed to last much longer than it actually did.
2012-06-12 12:02:37 PM  
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To be fair, his stats with the Ravens weren't that much worse than his stats with the Titans even though he was older and past his prime. When you take that into account along with the fact that he had Steve McNair throwing to him on the Titans, but Kyle Bowler throwing to him on the Ravens, that's pretty significant.
 
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