Mr. McNabb Goes to Washington

April 7, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Mel Kiper must have screamed when the Redskins pull the trigger and went after Donovan McNabb, former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback. All the strategic planning that every team in the NFL was putting together for the upcoming NFL Draft has just be shaken to the core by a rumble measuring 8.0 on the "WHOA" scale.
New regime managers Shanahan/Allen follow the typical Redskins fashion of slowly sneaking in and making one huge splash during the off season and so far that splash is a tidal wave.
The last time the Redskins and Eagles actually traded a quarterback to come to D.C. was Sonny Jurgenson in 1964 and that worked out pretty well for the Redskins.
McNabb, 33, may have reached his "prime" a few years ago but many still feel he has a lot left in his tank. Many consider him to be too injury prone. He has only played one full season since 2003.
However, when healthy, McNabb proves time and time again that he is one of the best scrambling quarterbacks to ever play in...

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