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Being that it seems improbable that McNabb will be back with the Washington Redskins next season, where do you think he will end up? Minnesota? Arizona? Somewhere else?
I think McNabb may end up as a back-up if he goes anywhere next season. It looks like Minnesota may have found a QB in Webb. He looked pretty good tonight against Philadelphia.
Arizona may choose to go with Skelton after the way he has been playing or go the Draft.
There are a few good QB choices in the draft this year.
That's a tough call. Even a lot of the really bad teams have young quarterbacks who show promise. Maybe a team like Carolina will pick him up to show Clausen how to be successful in the NFL, since Clausen obviously didn't learn how to do it this year. Then again, a lot of great quarterbacks have had to suffer through a miserably rookie season. I guess any of the teams looking to pick a guy like Luck in the draft might also be interested in grabbing McNabb as a mentor.
At this point in his career, I wouldn't want McNabb as a full time starter unless he's just filling in while a younger quarterback learns how to lead an NFL offense. That's not to say McNabb's career is over. Kurt Warner played the role of fill-in and mentor for a considerable amount of time and with some note-worthy success.
I think he should go to the 49ers. They're a good team with a lot of talent, but they suck at the qb position. Troy and Alex Smith are mediocre at best, so I think if San Francisco was smart they'd draft a young qb, then have Donovan fill in as the starter as a mentor type role until the rookie matures to take over.
He should go to Cincy. Palmer and Marv need to go. There is to much talent there to be 4-11. Atleast we beat San Diego, huh.
I don't know. I think a lot of the teams being thrown out there right now are real possibilities. I think he can go to a team like Minnesota or Arizona and not only start, but also make a difference. I do not think he is washed up yet, as many are speculating. I think he was caught in a bad situation this year with a Washington team that had very little talent on offense and he had some nagging minor injuries. I'm pretty sure Minnesota is not going to hand the reigns over to Joe Webb, nor is Arizona going to do so with Skelton.
Minnesota would have been the obvious front-runner if coach Childress was still around, as both of them gained chemistry together in McNabb's days in Philly. There were also rumors of McNabb being traded to the Vikings in the past. As a Vikings fan, I'd like to see him join the team --either that or draft Andrew Luck from Stanford if he declares for the draft.
I think the Panthers would benefit most from a Donovan McNabb. I see them going 3-13 next season and a veteran qb might help them get to 6-10 or maybe even 7-9. It's the most logical choice unless he stays where he is.
I think he may end up either in Arizona or maybe even Seattle? Minnesota also looks like a possibility.
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