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There is More than One “I” in Willis

Willis McGahee made a few interesting comments this past week on Sporting News Radio.

Here are just a few;

“My season is over,” McGahee said. “[Since] Week5, I haven’t done anything at all. It’s not like I’m going to get 1,000yards, so I’m just playing my role.”

“Still, it’s not like where I want to be at,” said McGahee, who had 671 yards and seven touchdowns on 170 carries in the regular season. “I’m used to competing, but with the injuries and whatnot holding me back, I look at it as a loss.”

“See, I’m talking about my season, I’m not talking about the team’s season,” McGahee said. “I’m talking about my season as an individual. That’s what I’m meaning: My season is over with.”

This is just another is a chapter in the Willis McGahee saga. I don’t quite understand the timing of airing his grievances now even it is Festivus. The team is getting ready to lock up with Miami and there isn’t any need to put attention on yourself but I think Willis has shown he doesn’t mind that at all.

Regardless of what anyone thinks the Ravens need him for the playoff run, with Ray Rice’s stats still uncertain you need a compliment to the pancake style of Le’Ron McClain. Now as for the off-season unless Baltimore can get a trade partner they will most likely be stuck with him. The team has too much money invested in to simply cut him. But, that’s something to discuss later.


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