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Would Donovan McNabb Make the Oakland Raiders Contenders?

March 31, 2010   ·   Joseph Lopez   ·   Jump to comments

Donovan McNabb is perhaps the most undervalued quarterback in NFL today. His services in Philadelphia are not appreciated, and it is sad to see such a great NFL quarterback face pointless scrutiny. 
If the fans in Philly don't want McNabb, I know plenty of Raiders fans who would welcome the QB like he were a king.
Remember Rich Gannon? 
Sure, he wasn't a flashy, mad-bomber or anything. But he got the job done. He had a certain swagger that seemed to bring out the best of his surrounding teammates. And despite getting on players' nerves every once and awhile, Gannon led a Raiders team that desperately needed a leader. 
Gannon's retirement, however, marked the end of competitive football in Oakland. 
And now, after seven straight seasons of terrible football, the Oakland Raiders are trying to pursue a player that could possibly transform their team into playoff contenders. 
Someone with a stronger arm than Gannon, but someone with eq...

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