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No err in McNair

Discussion in 'Latest Chargers News & Headlines' started by robdog, Oct 1, 2006.

  1. robdog

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    Source: North County Times
    <blockquote>By Jay Paris
    </blockquote><blockquote><img width="221" height="224" align="left" alt="Baltimore Ravens quarterback Steve McNair, center, is taken down as he throws a pass by San Diego Chargers Shawne Merriman, bottom left, and Marlon McCree, right, as tackle Edwin Mulitalo, top left, covers in the second quarter of their football game Sunday, Oct. 1, 2006, in Baltimore.(AP Photo/Chris Gardner)" title="Baltimore Ravens quarterback Steve McNair, center, is taken down as he throws a pass by San Diego Chargers Shawne Merriman, bottom left, and Marlon McCree, right, as tackle Edwin Mulitalo, top left, covers in the second quarter of their football game Sunday, Oct. 1, 2006, in Baltimore.(AP Photo/Chris Gardner)" src="http://espn-i.starwave.com/media/apphoto/0d3424cb-8366-4e6c-9505-dcefbb1c5f82.jpg" />BALTIMORE ---- Randall Godfrey wasn't surprised by the Ravens' game-winning rally on Sunday. He saw quarterback Steve McNair prevail too many times when they were teammates as Titans.

    "He made a play when he had to and that's the kind of player he is,'' said Godfrey, the Chargers' linebacker who had five tackles in the 16-13 loss. "He hadn't done much offensively, but when he had to, he made a play. He did the same thing at Tennessee.''

    Seven days after leading the Ravens to a comeback win at Cleveland, McNair was at it again. He directed a 60-yard drive in the final three minutes ---- without any timeouts ---- to pull out the victory.</blockquote>

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