McNabb – Hopefully, the final chapter


“Disrespectful is probably not strong enough of a word. Donovan has handled himself with nothing but class, not just in Washington but as an ambassador for the league. To treat him this way … it’s beyond disrespectful.”
— Fletcher Smith, the agent for Washington quarterback Donovan McNabb, to Jason Reid of the Washington Post, after McNabb was benched for the remainder of the season by coach Mike Shanahan.

Back in April, I was blogged about how happy I was to get rid of McNabb. I’m wrong about a lot of things, but I wasn’t wrong about McNabb. The guy is a chump and I’m happy he’s now a third string QB. Before any of you talk smack to me about kicking a guy while he’s down, he’s far from down, he’s made millions for being a chump and will make millions as a back up quarterback in the next couple weeks. To the quote above, he should shut up, there’s a lot of people without jobs right now and they don’t have millions in their bank account.


6 thoughts on “McNabb – Hopefully, the final chapter

  1. McNabb can be as good as the players around him. If you look at his team, or have watched any number of games, his receivers fail to shake defenders, and drop a ton of perfect passes. The best receiver in Moss (a veteran at that) drops more balls than you’d believe.People in Philly have hated him for legitimate reasons, but I believe he is/was exactly what the Eagles needed during his reign. Let’s also remember that you predicted Kevin Kolb to be the future of the Eagles. Perhaps your QB analysis needs some freshening. Stick a Certs in your ear.

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  2. Kevin Kolb was on pace to have an excellent year, he just got banged up and replaced by a reborn Michael Vick. Kevin had a good QB rating, a 63% completion percentage, and over a 1,000 yards passing in just 6 games. I still think Kolb is better than McNabb, I just underestimated how good Vick would be. He is better now than he ever was, that doesn’t happen often and I give him credit, Vick has been awesome.

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  3. I blame Andy Reid. McNabb certainly had his great moments, but ole Donnie seemed to have trouble sharing the spotlight. Andy held on to him to long. He reminded me of Randall Cunningham spawn. I liked Jeff Garcia’s run as QB. You would have thought the ole Andster would have seen Vick’s promise sooner.

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