Donovan McNabb Answers the Washington Redskins’ Call

April 8, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

You don’t have to search long to find Donovan McNabb criticism.

He can’t win the big one. He vomits in the huddle. His air guitar and sideline phone stunts were over the top and came across as phony. "Low-throw McBlow" kills more worms than a boys' weekend fishing trip.

But as a Redskins fan begging for any ounce of optimism, I don’t just like the recent trade.

I love it.

We Redskins fans have been dealing with Jason Campbell, a “robot programmed for mediocrity,” for four years.

He’s a serviceable quarterback, but we all knew his time—and his 20-32 record as a starting QB—was up, and he isn’t going to a Super Bowl with this franchise. The Redskins are one of the league’s richest franchises, and the fans, sponsors, media, and owners expect to compete year in, year out.

Which is why drafting Sam Bradford or Jimmy Clausen doesn’t make sense.

Mike Shanahan is no ...

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