Donovan McNabb, Former Philadelphia Eagles QB, Now Eagle Bait in NFC

July 12, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Former Philadelphia Eagles QB Donovan McNabb was brought to this franchise as the Eagles' first round draft pick in 1999. From the start, he was expected to turn the team into the perennial playoff contender that the fans have become accustomed to.
He was a double threat guy: McNabb displayed a strong arm and could gun sling the football down the field but also had an uncanny ability to run like a tailback, scrambling from defensive players, and, amazingly, breaking free from many of them if they did manage to get their hands on him.
It is how McNabb carved his name into the NFL world, spending his entire career in Philly doing it, and setting almost every team record in the process.
Now, after all his success with the Eagles, he must face them as a Washington Redskin twice a year—with an offensive line that isn't even close to being as good as the Eagles'.
Even though they signed RG Artis Hicks, RT Jamaal Brown, and used their first roun...

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