Why Washington Redskins Recievers Will Thrive in 2010

April 9, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Throughout his career, Donovan McNabb has never had his pick of great receivers in the league.
For a few years, McNabb had to deal with likes of Todd Pinkston, James Thrash, Freddie Mitchell, Hank Baskett, and Reggie Brown, but yet, he still was able to throw for 3,000 yards six times in his career.
Had McNabb been healthy, it wouldn't be a surprise if he had thrown for 3,000 yards his whole career.
Now, just stop and think for a minute—how do you think McNabb would have done with a great receiving corps his entire career?
The answer is, great.
Last year, McNabb finally had a respectable bunch of receivers on his sides with DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin.
In the two seasons that Jackson played with McNabb, McNabb threw for over 3,500 yards and 22 touchdowns. 
DeSean Jackson offered McNabb that consistent downfield threat that he never had in the past. Jackson had game-breaking speed and quickness which brought a whole new dimension ...

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