Moore, Darling out to prove they belong with Ravens -
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#1 Jul 24, 2007
Unless the Ali-oop play with Kyle Boller is instituted again like 2004, we don't need C. Moore. He is scared to catch the ball half the time.
#2 Jul 24, 2007
If I had to choose between the two, I would keep Darling in a heartbeat. He may have not seen much action as a Raven, but I've seen him make some great catches in preseason, and I just think if he'd step it up, and like he himself says, improve his rout running, then I think he'll be a safe bet for #4 WR. I just don't know about Figurs, as a return specialist or a WR. I haven't really seen what he can do, and all I've ever heard about the kid is "he is fast". Well fast alone don't cut in at ANY position.
As for Kyle Boller and the "Ali-oop"...I personally wouldn't mind seeing some of that again. In his limited playing time last season, I think he had improved his passing accuracy tremendously, and that TD pass to Williams was beautiful. I think if he gets a chance to start again, we'll be seeing a lot more where that came from.....
#3 Jul 24, 2007
Cut both and send a message that only the best will survive. Its time the Ravens wide receiving crew matched the rest of the team.
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