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Coach Brian Billick declared Mc Nair the starter instead of having the two compete for the job, citing Mc Nair's credentials, including 2003 NFL Co-MVP, and Boller's propensity to turn over the ball.
In Week 6 of the 2006 NFL season, Mc Nair was sacked by Carolina Panthers defenders Mike Rucker and Chris Draft.
He passed for California prep record of 4,838 yards and threw for 59 TDs, the 2nd-best mark in California prep history, and ended the season completing 290 of 454 passes (63.9%).
Because of this, he was considered by many to be the best prospect to emerge from The Valley Region of Los Angeles since John Elway came out of Granada Hills High School in 1979.
That victory clinched a playoff berth for the Ravens, who had already all but locked up their division.
With Mc Nair as the starting quarterback the Ravens improved to a franchise best mark of 13–3 on the season, despite only going 6–10 the previous year with Boller at the helm.
Boller rushed 30 times for 62 yards, and completed 116 of 224 passes for 1,260 yards with 7 TDs and 9 INTs.
Despite not making the playoffs the previous year, the Baltimore Ravens were seen by the NFL and the sports media as being contenders for the Super Bowl, resulting in four primetime games: two Sunday night games, and two spots featured on Monday Night Football.He played for the Ravens from 2003 to 2008, the St.Louis Rams in 2009, and the Oakland Raiders from 2010 to 2011. He earned the 1998 California State Player of the Year honors after an outstanding senior season at William S. He led Hart to the CIF Southern Section Division III title with a 13–1 record.When Boller came back against the Bengals, after posting an 8.0 QB rating (4-of-12 [33%] for 37 yards and 1 INT) in the 1st half, Boller exploded in the 2nd half, going 14-of-20 [70%] for 174 yards, 3 TDs and 1 INT for a 115.4 QB rating in the final 2 quarters.In back to back games, he (and the entire team) finally seemed to come alive and show the promise everyone had been expecting, as he completed 19-of-27 passes (70.4%) for 253 yards, 3 TDs and no INTs for a career-high 136.8 QB rating in the 48–3 victory in Week 14 vs. Then, against the Minnesota Vikings, he posted a career-high 70.6 completion percentage (24-of-34) for 289 yards, 3 TDs and 1 INT for a 113.5 QB rating.
He was the second quarterback selected from the Pac-10 conference after the Cincinnati Bengals selected Carson Palmer from USC with the first overall pick.