Donovan McNabb Trade: Was It Really Time For a Change?

June 8, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It’s been several months for everyone to digest the fact that Donovan McNabb was dealt to the Washington Redskins after a very successful career in Philly, but was it the right decision?
McNabb has been a consistent piece of the Eagles offence since 1999 that has thrived with any supporting cast. From the year 2000 – 2004, He was able to make moves with his feet, passed very accurately to a mediocre cast of receivers, and became a "Team-Leader". McNabb then took the team to the Super bowl when he finally got his #1 Pass catcher in T.O.
In 2005 T.O. became a distraction and was cut. Also in 2005 a sports hernia ended McNabb's season and it even caused him to suffer in 2006.  The Coaches then knew he couldn't do it alone. McNabb’s arsenal became stronger with the addition of Stallworth (a year later replaced with Curtis), then they drafted D.Jackson, then Drafting Maclin. They even upgraded at TE by replacing Chad Lewis with LJ Smith (who became injury ...

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