Eagles Logic: Quest For First Title, Trade Team’s Most Valuable Player

April 2, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Countless trade rumors have emerged this past week involving Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb to the Oakland Raiders.
This whole situation is very wrong for two reasons.
The first ignored value is the Eagles taking trade offers for their franchise quarterback.  Only about half of the teams in the league have a legit franchise quarterback with absolutely no question marks at the position.
Donovan McNabb has the third highest winning percentage of all active quarterbacks, only behind future Hall of Famers Peyton Manning and Tom Brady. 
McNabb has guided the Eagles to five NFC Championship appearances and a Super Bowl berth.
He is the least intercepted quarterback per pass attempt of all time, and has the second best touchdown-to-interception ratio of all time.
Donovan McNabb isn't just another quarterback. He isn't a player the Eagles could blindly throw away for a second round pick and not take...

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