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Saturday, December 20, 2014

Donovan McNabb: Bad Teams to Blame for My Poor Record as Starter

Donovan McNabb was granted his request to be released by the Vikings Thursday. He’s now available to be claimed off waivers by other NFL teams. Given how poorly he played the last two years (he ended up benched by the Redskins and Vikings), we seriously doubt his ability to help a team. But he doesn’t. He just thinks he needs the right pieces around him.

Asked on SportsCenter what he needed to become the player he was for the Eagles, McNabb responded “Being surrounded by a great supporting cast.

“I think when you’re surrounded by experienced players and veteran players, who know how to win, then that’s something that’s contagious,” McNabb said. “There are a lot of teams out there who are in desperate need of a quarterback who are surrounded by veteran players, and teams that play well together.”

McNabb also attributed his poor record as a starter the last two years to football being a team game.

“I think we begin to lose focus of this being a team game. The teams in which I played with [we had] a lot of great athletes, [did] a lot of positive things, but nothing really to show for it. And obviously the quarterback is the one who receives a lot of the credit, and too much criticism.”

Donovan used to be a great player, and I liked him, but he’s failing to recognize reality. McNabb is not a good player anymore. He’s actually a bad quarterback. The longer it takes him to realize he’s not good anymore, the more he’ll harm his legacy and reputation.



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