As we approach Week Seven of the 2009 season, the Philadelphia Eagles are still scratching their heads trying to figure out what exactly went wrong in their 13-9 loss to the Oakland Raiders last Sunday. The Eagles failed to take advantage of a Raiders' rushing defense ranked 26th in the NFL, rushing the ball just 14 times. On top of the few amount of rushing attempts, quarterback Donovan McNabb felt pressure all day as he was sacked six times and unable to help the offense find the end zone. With the recent loss, many have once again questioned McNabb's ability to lead the Eagles to a come-from-behind win in the fourth quarter. Throughout his career, he has beená criticized for his inability to lead a game-winning drive, including the famous attempt from Super Bowl XXXIX where the Eagles ...
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