A Goodbye To Kyle Boller From a Ravens Fan

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Published: April 4, 2009


... when the seventh year quarterback signed with the St. Louis Rams.

Let's take a chance to look back at Boller's tenure with the Ravens and what could have been.

In 2003, the Ravens had the 10th pick in the NFL Draft, which they used to draft Terrell Suggs (a great selection), but they panicked due to their lack of quarterback and traded their second round pick and a first rounder in 2004 (which was more stacked in the first round than 2003 by the way) to the Patriots for the 19th pick which they used to select the California signal-caller.

In his years with the Ravens, Boller's time has been plagued by injury and inconsistency. In his rookie year, he went 5-3 before going down with an injury.

His best year was in 2004, when he started every game, threw for 2,559 yards, 13 touchdowns and 11 interceptions. Ravens' fans rejoiced as the team had finally found a franchise quarterback for the first time since 1996. Or so it seemed.

He struggled mightily i...

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