A Tribute To Donovan McNabb: One Of The Eagles’ Greatest Players

August 14, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The fan base of the Philadelphia Eagles has one of the worst reputations in professional sports. We are known as the ones who threw snowballs at Santa Claus and as the ones who cheered when Cowboys' great Michael Irvin suffered a career ending injury.
Most recently, there was a large part of the Eagles fan base calling for Donovan McNabb, our quarterback for the past 11 seasons, to be traded because he supposedly could not get the job done. Now, those same fans are wishing him ill will because he plays for the bad guy (the Redskins).
However, not every Eagles fan is like this. There have been a good number of us that appreciate what McNabb has done in his 11 years and what he has meant to this franchise. I am speaking out on behalf of these Eagles fans that are much more civilized than our snowball throwing counterparts.
For the 11 years that he was here, McNabb rewrote the Eagles' passing record book. He has the franchise record for career attempts (4,746), completio...

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