Three Reasons Why Donovan McNabb Didn’t Win the Super Bowl in Philadelphia

May 18, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Donovan McNabb is one of the most talked about quarterbacks in the league who doesn't have moral issues or is not named Brett Favre. Though not immune to criticism, his challenge of not winning a Super Bowl over the years haven't all been self-construed.  
A mobile quarterback with a live arm and a high football IQ, McNabb was the first pick of first year Head Coach Andy Reid's career, drafted with the promise of a Super Bowl. Now, eleven years later, with a team finally laden with talent, the future of the franchise takes snaps in a new city with a new uniform without one. What happened?  
Here are the top three reasons that Donovan McNabb didn't win a NFL Championship in Philadelphia.
1. Lack of talent at Wide Receiver
For most of his tenure at Philadelphia, McNabb didn't have any dependable talent at receiver. For a pass-oriented team, not properly addressing the need for quality wide receivers was prohibitive at best. 
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