Williams put on injured reserve

Williams put on injured reserve

There are 7 comments on the Baltimore Sun story from Oct 30, 2008, titled Williams put on injured reserve. In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

McAlister, a two-time Pro Bowl defender who was benched two weeks ago, did not practice yesterday after receiving a second opinion on his knee injury by a specialist in Miami.

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Hagerstown, MD

#1 Oct 30, 2008
were not playoff caliber yet, but it would be nice for the newer guys to get the experience.(especially joe)
No Feathers

Houston, TX

#2 Oct 30, 2008
TERRY wrote:
were not playoff caliber yet...
A fan with a clue...unlike others on this forum.

Gwynn Oak, MD

#3 Oct 30, 2008
We've got a rookie quarterback throwing to a depleted receiving corps. Maybe we can re-discover Mark Clayton.

No doubt about it, we will be emphasizing the running game against Cleveland.

Baltimore, MD

#4 Oct 30, 2008
Mark Clayton still play for the Ravens? I have not heard his name since game 1 - what a bust!
No Feathers

Houston, TX

#5 Oct 30, 2008
a bust....a real boob.

Arlington, VA

#6 Oct 30, 2008
Buck up guys. We are only a #1 WR, Slot WR, TE, CB, and kickoff specialist away from being a playoff caliber team.

Paradise, CA

#7 Oct 30, 2008

This crap sure does get old..........

We have a #1 WR. We have a Slot WR. We have a TE. We have CBs, and we HAVE kickoff specialists. When are you guys going to admit that maybe part of the reason that Heap, Clayton, and Williams (who is sadly now on IR), have not been "producing" much this season so far, because we have a rookie QB who honestly has had some spurts of REALLY bad passes and decision making. He has 3 passing TDs and yet has committed over 10 turnovers, 7 of them INTs. He has quite honestly been passing MORE (in general) to Mason than anyone else, and missing his mark on deep passes to the other players. Sure, you could say that they all need to step up more, and maybe you'd be right. But to act as if we just have NO offensive weapons, when it's far more likely that we just can't take ADVANTAGE of them because we have a rookie QB who is still getting used to the size and speed of the NFL, let alone Cameron's offensive playbook? That's just stupid.

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