Being one of the biggest Donovan McNabb fans you’ll ever know, I always look for a way to defend one of the best quarterbacks of the past 10 years. However, with another injury setback in his recently injury-riddled career, and with the under-appreciated performance young backup Kevin Kolb put up in his debut as a starter, McNabb could be more worried then ever. Again, let me say that McNabb has been one of the best quarterbacks on the decade and to me is a sure-fire Hall of Famer. He’s been in the NFC title game four times and the Super Bowl once and is the least intercepted quarterback of all time (4,300-plus attempts, under 100 interceptions). He has been super productive and in my opinion is still a top 10, top eight quarterback in the league. However, to make the point aga ...
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