McNabb going to the Redskins

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  1. sportyfunster profile image69
    sportyfunsterposted 12 years ago

    This just in... Donovan McNabb of the Philadelphia Eagles has been traded to division rival Washington Redskins.

    1. SimeyC profile image90
      SimeyCposted 12 years agoin reply to this

      Wow - as an Eagles fan I'm not sure about this one! I guess it's time to let some of the younger guys step up to the plate - but Donovan has been such an amazing player and ultra-professional - it will be sad not to see him at the Eagles next year....

    2. Dao Hoa profile image60
      Dao Hoaposted 12 years agoin reply to this

      "Well, the 2010 NFL Season is looking to be a fun season this coming year."

      It sure will!

  2. samboiam profile image60
    samboiamposted 12 years ago

    As a Cowboy fan. I can honestly say it could not happen to a better player. Every star who has been traded or gone as a free agent has been a bust with the Skins.

    1. sportyfunster profile image69
      sportyfunsterposted 12 years agoin reply to this

      True that is.... let's see if Mike Shannahan can turn around the Skins... definite upgrade over Jim Zorn

      1. samboiam profile image60
        samboiamposted 12 years agoin reply to this

        No doubt.

  3. flread45 profile image63
    flread45posted 12 years ago

    They have a chance to make it to the playoffs now.

  4. Michael Willis profile image68
    Michael Willisposted 12 years ago

    Wow, this was a bold and actually strange move! Normally teams stay away from trading a starting QB inside the same division. The Eagle/Redskin rivalry should heat up now!!! I feel for Donovan in this move though...he just got a corp of receivers and now he is in Washington...with no real threats to throw to.
    This has been a wild off-season so far!

  5. drej2522 profile image69
    drej2522posted 12 years ago

    As an Eagle's fan, I have to say, this is absolutely unbelievable. I don't understand the mindset...I really don't.

    1. Michael Willis profile image68
      Michael Willisposted 12 years agoin reply to this

      I am a Cowboy fan and I don't understand this move either.  I know the Eagles have Kolb and Um, Vick...?...but just a 2nd round pick?

      1. sportyfunster profile image69
        sportyfunsterposted 12 years agoin reply to this

        I would rather have McNabb over Vick and Kolb as McNabb at least has 3-4 more good years left in him. He certainly can mentor Kolb.

        The Eagles will be getting a 2nd round pick in this year's draft and a 3rd or 4th rounder next year....

        We will see how it all plays out in Sept...

  6. kingis profile image69
    kingisposted 12 years ago

    What I don't get is the Eagles trading McNabb to a DIVISION RIVAL.  In my logic, you trade someone to team not in your division.  The Redskins get their QB because we Jason Campbell was never going to be the answer.  Campbell will move on.  I looked on and was intriguied to see the backup to McNabb is Rex Grossman.  Redskins fans, you better hope McNabb stays healthy.  I am a Bears fan, I know the feeling of having Grossman as your QB.  Although Cutler is looking alot like Grossman himself.  Well, the 2010 NFL Season is looking to be a fun season this coming year.

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      StormRyderposted 12 years agoin reply to this

      If Cutler gets some good supporting players he will be fine, he did well in Denver because he had a great O-line and receivers. Chicago needs help in both of those areas...the defence should be better this year.

  7. profile image0
    StormRyderposted 12 years ago

    McNabb...I really feel for this guy..11 years in Philly and treated like sh1t the whole 11 years by the entire city..He deserved so much better. I hope he does well with the Skins and that they kick the crap out of Philly everytime they them. I think the Skins will draft a QB in the first or second round and have McNabb mentor him for a couple of years.

  8. Stevennix2001 profile image84
    Stevennix2001posted 12 years ago

    i agree with stormy on this one.  mcnabb was treated royally like crap over the years, and I never believed once that he was remotely ANDY REID'S GUY.  Because the evidence doesn't support that. Like the whole t.o situation, reid could've easily suspended t.o. a lot sooner or benched him long before he started to question mcnabb's leadership on the team, but he did nothing until it became absolutely necessary.  then it seems like whenever mcnabb does get injured, reid suddenly changes his offense to be more balanced, versus when mcnabb is healthy, he forces mcnabb to throw the ball over 80 percent of the time.  sure, you can argue and say it's mcnabb, but then why does reid say publicly he prefers to pass the ball then does it with mcnabb but not with anyone else like jeff garcia? 

    then during preseason last year, mcnabb had to go up to reid and tell him he wanted to get some practice reps in, while reid was having too much fun keeping michael vick in the game testing out the wild cat offense.  sure, you can say it's so the team can become more familiar with it, but shouldn't reid already want to get mcnabb ready for the season without his star player asking him?  seriously, i don't think mcnabb ever was phillies or reid's guy.  no, they just never appreciated him.  i just hope that the eagles finish dead last in their division this year for what they did.

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    philip carey 61posted 12 years ago

    Most of us here in Philly were suffering from McNabb fatigue. He had decent numbers, but just not that 'intangible' that gives great players an edge. You don't come off the field smiling after throwing an interception; you come off angry! I need to see more intensity than that. He also, in my opinion, suffered from panic attacks. His vomiting in the SuperBowl was an example. Great players in all sports WANT the ball in the final seconds, WANT to take charge...they lose their composure in the huddle and turtle up!

    He's no threat in Washington. If he couldn't win with the '04 Eagles, there's no way he can win with the '10 Redskins.

    I don't think he was treated like crap, but I think he played the victim role whenever he could. In the end, he always pointed fingers at those around him. I, like most Eagles fans, was delighted to see us turn the page on McNabb. Not a bad guy.  Just not a champion attitude.

    Now, if we could only get Reid out of here....

  10. optimus grimlock profile image60
    optimus grimlockposted 12 years ago

    You never trade a guy like mcnabb within your dividon its just nuts!! Now the eagles have to play him twice each year.


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