Boller to Take Over at QB for Injured McNair

The Ravens will turn their offense over to Kyle Boller, as the Baltimore Sun is reporting that QB Steve McNair is going to miss the next two to three weeks after suffering a partial dislocation of his non-throwing shoulder Sunday in the loss to the Bengals. Head coach Brian Billick said that McNair’s shoulder keeps “popping in and out,” and that he’ll miss the next couple of games and it’ll be a few weeks before he starts practicing and then playing.

McNair has had what can be said as a difficult season for the 4-5 Ravens, as he has battled injuries for most of the year, and when he’s been able to play, he’s not played very well. He has thrown four picks has fumbled seven times and thrown just two TD’s this season. He has not thrown a TD pass since September 30th. Things were so bad for McNair Sunday in the teams 21-7 loss to the Bengals that he said he “probably would agree” if the coaches wanted to make a switch to Boller.

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