That's right. I'm at it again.
I will say this--I have decided that I will always voice my opinions on all things Raven. I have studied this game longer than a lot of people in here, have seen behind-the-scenes--a la, the Super Bowl postgame press conference (and pregame), active locker rooms for 8 NFL teams, training camp non-fan sessions, conversations face-to-face with all-pro players--more than most in here. And I can prove it all right now. So, why should I feel timid about thoughts and ideas that might not be popular? In the long run, we'll see who's right. POINT: CAMERON AND FLACCO, STATUS QUO, WILL NOT SEE SUCCESS THIS SEASON. SOMETHING MUST CHANGE. Argue away, those who disagree, but I won't feel bad because people are sensitive about their 4th year, underachieving QB. I'm as much as a freakin' Raven as any one in here. I represent every day at work. I represent after church. I represent in restaurants. I've even represented on the front page of the local newspaper. In a photo, as well as the article.
Dang, this isn't even what I set out to talk about. But I've been meaning to say it.
The REAL controversy here is my idea to bring in Drew Brees. He doesn't want to re-up with that travesty of a franchise. He knows Cameron and has complimented him publicly. TRADE FLACCO TO NEW ORLEANS, along with a 2nd round pick, for DREW BREES. We can do it. He's not signing the franchise tag tender. He is "livid" -- CBS Sports. And even in Flacco's appearance at camp today, which is highly commendable (no one will remember that I said this, along with any of the positive things I say about Flacco), Harbaugh has not given him an indisputable thumbs-up. This move is not impossible.
May not happen, but it is worth a shout out.