Donovan McNabb to Washington Redskins: Good or Bad for the Oakland Raiders?

April 5, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

After a long period of rumors, the Philadelphia Eagles have traded Donovan McNabb away to the Washington Redskins.
Of all teams, the Redskins were the ones that no one expected to make the move. It was rumored that the Raiders or Bills would break the ice and trade for McNabb. Those rumors were obviously just, well, rumors.
The deal is reportedly for the 37th overall pick in the draft, just two picks ahead of the Raiders' second round selection.
First when all these rumors started to arise, I was excited about the idea. The thought of having Donovan McNabb in a silver and black uniform? I immediately thought about the possibilities that could have come with McNabb, such as playoffs and the return to greatness where we dominated the AFC West.
But then reality struck me. McNabb would not work well in Oakland. For one, he's stated that he doesn't not want to play for the Raiders. I've always believed that if a player doesn't want to play for us, well, then screw him. H...

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