Baltimore Sports Round-Up for Tuesday, February 28th

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Where is RG3 going? The Browns need RG3- Buzz Lightyear, I mean Colt McCoy, is just awful. The Dolphins need him, although I think Matt Flynn will probably end up there now that Joe Philbin is head coach. The Redskins are just funny and need all the help they can get at this point. Which team do you think needs RG3 the most?

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Baltimore Sports Round-Up for Monday, February 27th

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Ozzie Newsome told reporters in Indy Friday that the Ravens have some cuts to make. Who should they give the boot to? There are a few more, in my opinion - but here are my top guys who need to go bye bye:

  1. Chris Carr. Competing with Jimmy Smith, Cary Williams and Lardarius Webb, he doesn’t stand a chance. No brainer.
  2. Lee Evans. The Ravens really lack in the WR department, and this sounds mean, but Evans is a waste of roster space at this point. 
  3. Domonique Foxworth. It’s a shame because I really like the guy and he represents this team well, but he can’t seem to get over that injury.

Anyone else to add to the list?

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Warning: Dangerous Curves Ahead

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Warning: Dangerous Curves Ahead

Baltimore Sports Round-Up for Thursday, February 23rd

    The Ravens will begin talks with Joe Flacco’s agent in Indy this Saturday. The big debate has been about whether or not Joe deserves top 5 money. In my opinion, he’s not a Top 5 quarterback (sorry, I love you), so I don’t think he deserves that Top 5 money. However, let’s take a (rather humorous and true) look at the quarterbacks who got paid the most this past season:

    1. Peyton Manning - $23 mil (Obviously. Didn’t play a single game. How much of that money can he fit in his neck?)
    2. Michael Vick - $20 mil (Missed the playoffs, got injured basically every game)
    3. Mark Sanchez - $14.75 mil (Missed the playoffs, sucks at football, his best friend was the turf)
    4. Ben Roethlisberger - $14.75 mil (Lost to the Denver Tebows - still funny)
    5. Carson Palmer - $14 mil (Missed the playoffs, can’t throw, looks like he goes to Best Buy just to play the video games)

    Now let me just mention that I am aware of the way player contracts work - for those who don’t, in a nutshell, the money within a contract is spread out over the length of that particular contract. For example, Aaron Rodgers was the best quarterback in football this past year and got paid about $8.5 million. Drew Brees was/is arguably as good; his paycheck was only $7 million. If and when their contracts are renewed they’ll be on that list. That’s just how it works.

    He doesn’t deserve the ELI-te contract that Eli Manning has with, like, an outrageous sum of $106 million or something, but should he get that second-tier contract that Ryan Fitzpatrick got (also laughable) at roughly, 6 years, $60 million? YES, dammit. 

    My point? Joe might not be a top 5 quarterback but does he deserve to be paid like these guys? Yup.

    Thoughts?

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