Philadelphia Eagles Trade Donovan McNabb to Redskins, Hide the Women and Kids

April 5, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Congratulations, Kevin Kolb. The city of Philadelphia's fate now rests on your shoulders. Your right shoulder and the arm that hangs from it, to be exact.
If you can't deliver on the promise your physical talents have made in the upcoming National Football League season (especially against the division-rival Washington Redskins), there's a good chance portions of the City of Brotherly Love will burn.
Even in the dead of winter.
If you don't question the general idea of moving franchise quarterback Donovan McNabb, flipping him for a mere pittance—the 37th pick in the 2010 NFL Draft (a second-round selection) and either a third- or fourth-round pick next year—has to tug at your frayed ends of sanity.
Parting with the stud is one thing, but to do it for apparently pennies on the dollar seems like an unnecessary slap in the face.
At a minimum, it looks like a pretty severe overreaction to an unrelenting and unreasonable local pressure.
Good grief,...

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