The Kickoff

October 07, 2005

Good morning --Vlade Divac-- Would it be an insult to say your NBA career was a flop?

QUESTION OF THE DAY

Are the Redskins a better team than the Ravens right now?

The Redskins are better. What part of 3-0 vs. 1-2 doesn't come across clearly? The Redskins have proved better offensively, defensively and in close games.

Stefan Martiyan

Ellicott City

Right now, yes. And the Ravens must address their conservative offense, lack of leadership and overall fear of making changes, before they become the Orioles of the NFL.

Chuck Friedel

Columbia

The more appropriate question would be: Are the Morgan State Bears a better team than the Ravens? Offensively speaking, that's a tossup.

Patrick R. Lynch

Parkville

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Pat Kelly's career

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Ravens at 10

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