Q&A with Steve Bisciotti -- Career and Workplace, Super Bowl, N...

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Coming off his worst season in his four-year run as Ravens owner, Steve Bisciotti made his most significant move by firing coach Brian Billick and replacing him with John Harbaugh. Full Story
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#41 Apr 1, 2008
Steve you had me right up to - you're sticking with McNair.
A QB cannot loose the ball that much - even if he is hurt. Old instincts would preserve & protect the ball Much better, even if hurt.
He's Done!! Move on, PLEASE
Tony C

Alexandria, VA

#42 Apr 1, 2008
What this interview from Mr Bisciotti show's how out of touch he is with this team. Basicly what have this organization has done since the season has ended. The answer is sign two special team players and three backups, for a team that went 5-11-0 you think they did enuff ? They still have the same three QB's which contribute to last season record, an aging secondary, no receiving threat, young O-line,no pass rushing threat. So are we to believe that coaching is all that needed to be changed in the off season ?

Glen Burnie, MD

#43 Apr 1, 2008
berne wrote:
his infatuation with ray is wrong...
he should trade etc lewis...i believe
lewis is a distraction in the locker
room...he was allowed to be more than
a linebacker should be...if i were
the new coach i would demand that lewis and the "U" attitude would go..
and be replaced by an attitude of we r a team and no 1 player is better
than another..no player has the say...
no player will ruin the displine of the team
The "U" attitude? Are you a gator fan down there in Naples? The "U" attitude gets the job done all over the NFL...Jeremy Shockey, Clinton Portis, Santana Moss, Ed Reed, Reggie Wayne, Devin Hester, Frank Gore? I have a feeling "U" are bitter

Washington, DC

#44 Apr 1, 2008
I am truly surprised that SB is as successful as he is. To allow the players/employees to have that much control is wrong. Of course they weren't happy losing and it is always easier to point the finger somewhere else. The owner says one thing then does another? How do you think employees feel about that? If a President wins more than 55% percent of the vote, it is a landslide. If you can keep half of your people happy, you are successful. Billick needed to move one but it was handled poorly.

United States

#45 Apr 1, 2008
give Mcnair one more year since we have a real offense system in cam cameron. plus i think the ravens need a explosive WR in the draft with a healthy tood heap, because that Mcnair favorite target. overall i think Mcnair will have a good 2008 campaign at QB or if i am wrong we have Troy Smith and i really like him. just like change need in the USA pollitics, we need change in the ravens offense system because under brian billick the offense sucks just like president bush he is horrible.

Henniker, NH

#46 Apr 1, 2008
I just can't agree with him about McNair, he just seems to be done. It wasn't just the injuries last year, which is debatable if that was the absolute reason for his struggles, but he ended 2006 so poorly and really there was no difference in 2007. I don't agree with Harbaugh either, I can't see them making a Super Bowl run either this year. I think they could finish third, maybe second at best in the division. I could be wrong but I just don't see it.

Baltimore, MD

#47 Apr 1, 2008
I wished that Art and David Modell still owned this team this current owner Is showing signs of being a jr. Peter Angelos he Is making little mistakes that will not show up for a couple of years. His friendship with Ray Lewis and letting players run the team will turn a once qulity franchise Into a loser. Why does It look like he Is already a loser owner the Ravens are not areoteck he needs to relize this as a fact GOOD LUCK Steve.I do not like your ownership already.

Seattle, WA

#48 Apr 2, 2008
Go Browns.

Since: Nov 07

Baltimore, MD

#50 Apr 2, 2008
GHT wrote:
<quoted text>he is almost to careful in regards to what he says. Super politically correct. McNair is the best, Ray is great, the Palace is wonderful, the Ravens are in great hands yadda yadda yadda. he should have been a politician.
It's like his hair...Image Is Everything.

(Except, obviously, in reality, it's not.)

I'm glad he fired Billick, because it was time. But the more I listen to this guy, the more I miss the Modells. Unfortunately, that's a different era; back when teams were purchased for hundreds of thousands of dollars, not hundreds of millions; and that time is long gone.

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