Donovan McNabb: The Least Respected Quarterback in Football

April 5, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

He should be Dan Marino. To the Philadelphia Eagles, at least, he should be.
He should be Jim Kelly, Fran Tarkenton, Warren Moon or Dan Fouts. As the greatest statistical quarterback in Eagles history, Donovan McNabb should stack up with any of these Lombardi-less football legends.
Instead, he's Rodney Dangerfield—a resumé full of records and still no respect. After 11 dedicated seasons to the Eagles, McNabb was cast off to the division-rival Washington Redskins on Sunday.
Studying McNabb's accomplishments is like thumbing through the Kama Sutra—just when you think you know them all, you find a new one that's more exciting than the last.
He holds franchise records in wins, pass attempts, pass completions, passing yards, passing touchdowns, and Chunky Soup commercials. He also lead the team to four consecutive division championships, five NFC title games and one Super Bowl appearance.
The only blemish on his record is that unoccupied ring fing...

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