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McNabb trade talk heats up

A day after Eagles coach Andy Reid told the media that teams are “entertaining us with offers” for the various quarterbacks on the roster, evidence is emerging of teams interested in starter Donovan McNabb.

Charles Robinson of Yahoo! Sports reports that the Bills and the Raiders have inquired regarding McNabb’s availability.  Per Robinson, McNabb would favor a trade to a team with a contending roster, like the Cardinals. 

Also, persistent rumors have been making the rounds of the Eagles trading McNabb to the Rams for the first pick in the second round of the 2010 draft.

That rumor heated up today, as Mike Missanelli of 97.5 The Fanatic in Philly was discussing it on the air.  He eventually pointed out that Chris Mortensen of ESPN had informed him via text that he had checked out the story with both parties, and that there’s nothing to it.

Still, the move makes sense.  If no one is offering a first-round pick and if the Eagles are intent on getting the best deal they can for McNabb, the first pick in round two would be the best possible deal.  Now that the draft is spread out over three days, with the second round starting on Friday after after the first round finishes on Thursday night, the team that holds the first pick when the draft reconvenes holds a lot of power.  Players that other teams covet will have slipped through round one, and there will be an extended time period for the team that has the next pick to do a great deal.

Of course, the Rams would have to want McNabb — and they’d have to be willing to give up the second overall pick and the power that goes along with it.  At this point, it’s looks like it won’t happen.

Which means it probably will by the weekend.

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66 Responses to “McNabb trade talk heats up”
  1. jcurran77 says: Mar 24, 2010 4:40 PM

    Good, get him out of the NFC East

  2. The Real Shuxion says: Mar 24, 2010 4:41 PM

    PLEASE be the Raiders. I would LOVE to see Jamarcus go to Philadelphia. It would be freakin awesome (You know, with the patience and tolerance of Philadelphia fans)

  3. Mooch says: Mar 24, 2010 4:42 PM

    A political strategist would recommend pulling the trigger at 4pm on Friday – enough time to announce and get out of dodge before the reax begins.

  4. kill it says: Mar 24, 2010 4:44 PM

    Why would the Rams give up the 2nd overall pick, when in fact they don’t have it?

  5. The Troof says: Mar 24, 2010 4:45 PM

    No way they get an early 2nd rounder for him.

  6. Citizen Strange says: Mar 24, 2010 4:46 PM

    The Steelers have three 5th round picks.
    So I say McNabb to the Steelers for three 5th round picks.

  7. mikedog44 says: Mar 24, 2010 4:47 PM

    Donovan… I was your biggest fan coming out of college. Now I can’t stand to see you quarterback the Eagles. You lost or never had any heart which is what Philadelphia deserves. You never got it!!! It’s ok to be mad and angry if your team is playing poorly, but instead you decided to act like a goofball.I was even ok with you coming out playing the air guitar, but back it up man!!! Play like the game means something to you. I compare the eagles to a really good movie with a really bad ending. The truth of the matter is you are high inaccurate which is why jeff garcia ran this offense better than you ever did. The only reason you didn’t have more interceptions were for two reasons. One you were afraid to take any chances and two not only were you inaccurate with your wideouts the defenders were nowhere close to your passes either.You had every chance to succeed here and you didn’t get the job done. Your best years you beat up on some seriously horrendous NFC East teams. Maybe you and Dan Marino can start doing Isotoner comercials together. I don’t blame you for all the Eagles misfortunes, but Don you were just as bad. You will never win a superbowl here or anywhere else. Why do you think Andy drafted kolb 4 years ago because he knew it too

  8. KevinKolb4SB says: Mar 24, 2010 4:48 PM

    It MUST happen for both the Rams and Eagles. Mcnabb needs a change of venue and the Rams would have a chance at winning the NFC West with Mcnabb, the division is that bad. I actually think the 49ers should have went after Mcnabb and made a BIG mistake it not doing so…

  9. mmdd1111 says: Mar 24, 2010 4:49 PM

    Why the heck would McNabb want to sign an extension with a team like the freaking Rams who have not possibilty of competing for a championship. Why don’t you idiot just stop with the freaking rumors. He is not going to agree to go to a team that is a loser. Get a clue!!!!!!!!!!

  10. Mattchew182 says: Mar 24, 2010 4:50 PM

    Its that time of year again the McNabb rumors begin. I’ll bet he wishes the rumor from last year came true and he got traded to the Bears. Oakland Buffalo or STL all suck ass. Of course he would play out his final year and try and leave but they would probably franchise tag him. Poor McNabb he’s a good QB and never gets respect in Philly.

  11. The67Beast says: Mar 24, 2010 4:51 PM

    Scotty “wonton” Wasik loves the idea of McNabb leaving. Well he loves that and superman / banana.

  12. shadowflames43 says: Mar 24, 2010 4:52 PM

    So he can not re-sign with the team?

  13. Laj Mahal says: Mar 24, 2010 4:52 PM

    If any trade containing McNabb happens, it will be to the Rams. Spagnola has been around McNabb and knows what he brings to the table. So, the only trade that will end up happening will be McNabb to the Rams for the Rams 2nd round pick. I’d say its 40/60 at this point because McNabb may make the process difficult wanting to stay with a winning team.

  14. StevieMo says: Mar 24, 2010 4:55 PM

    Clearly Reid’s statement today was an advertisement for more and better offers.
    Been proven 100 times before: You get more for a player if you say he’s not available. They’ve been planning to trade McNabb for months now….

  15. MiamiMan90 says: Mar 24, 2010 4:55 PM

    What a stupid proposal by the Rams. Why give up the 33d pick in the draft for a QB that’s only going to play 3, maybe 4 more years? They have so many other glaring problems that they need to focus on. Bringing in McNabb isn’t going to help because he has no one to throw to.

  16. I didn't hear no bell. says: Mar 24, 2010 4:57 PM

    “Of course, the Rams would have to want McNabb — and they’d have to be willing to give up the second overall pick…”
    So the Rams have the first AND second pick overall?

  17. Vikes-N-Favre says: Mar 24, 2010 4:57 PM

    If I were the Vikings brass, I would tell Favre to make a decision right now regarding next season. If he says he don’t know, then tell him to move on and go after McNabb.
    McNabb knows this system inside and out and has a great relationship with Childress. I would offer the Eagles our 1st rd pick seeing as though its almost a 2nd rd pick.
    If Favre would say he will come back, then they probably wouldn’t go after McNabb, but still might knowing that next season is Favre’s last. McNabb would have no problem going to Minnesota knowing all the weapons he would have to work with and knowing that the Vikings are a SB contender.

  18. i keeps a private jet says: Mar 24, 2010 4:58 PM

    Please bring him to Buffalo….
    or Kolb
    I’ll take anyone other than Trentative Checkwards.

  19. ninerblitz says: Mar 24, 2010 4:58 PM

    I can’t wait for this to blow up in the Eagles’ faces!

  20. raiders177 says: Mar 24, 2010 4:59 PM

    Makes sense for the Raiders. McNabb won’t sign an extension with the Raiders or Bills (not sure about the Rams) so that might be decreasing his value along with his age.

  21. danielcp0303 says: Mar 24, 2010 5:01 PM

    It’s a win-win for us Cowboys fans. He stays with the Eagles, we get to watch him throw balls into the ground as we kill him. If he goes to the Rams, we can just laugh at him while he goes 3-13 or something like that.

  22. trademcscab says: Mar 24, 2010 5:01 PM

    nice its about time you guys had something half decent on here…….good work john claytons son

  23. michaelDC says: Mar 24, 2010 5:01 PM

    Please sweet Budda trade him….I’d love to see the Eagles fans lose it when they realize he was the reason they made it to the NFC Championship game so many times
    Guarantee after the way the Eagles fans treated him no big name QB will ever want to play in Philly

  24. habibfromnewdehli says: Mar 24, 2010 5:01 PM

    What happened to McNabb to San Fran rumors? I really liked that idea. And they’ll definitely compete more than any of the other teams mentioned, yes… even the Cardinals.

  25. downwithdansnyder says: Mar 24, 2010 5:01 PM

    The Skins traded a 3rd round pick for TJ Ducket in the last year of his contract. A 2nd for McNabb? What does that say about Danny Snyder as a GM? LOL. I know the Eagles would never trade him to the Skins, but Danny should crawl on his knees if he could swing that, especially vs. the other trades he’s made.

  26. funi says: Mar 24, 2010 5:03 PM

    McNabb to Fitz?? WOW!

  27. BlueEyeDevils says: Mar 24, 2010 5:04 PM

    Vick will be starting in Philly in 2010………
    Sorry guys, Kolb doesn’t make Andy Reid smile during interviews………..
    Kolb is just Like Alex Smith a few years ago and we saw how that turned out…………….
    Ryan Leaf was a sure fire legend………..See how that turned out………..
    Jay Cutler was the missing piece for the Bears…………See how that turned out………
    Matt Leiner………The next Joe Montana………….See how that turned out………
    I can go on and on and like I keep telling you guys, if you are strictly a pocket passer and is as slow as a snail, those days are coming to an abrupt end…………….
    The mobile quarterback is the present and near future………………

  28. RaiderRedleg says: Mar 24, 2010 5:04 PM

    Raiders make NO SENSE for McNabb (especially since he due a $6.2 million roster bonus in May)…At this point in his career he should go to a contender NOT a team in full blown rebuilding mode with nearly eight years with a below .500 record.
    My guess it is a ploy by the Eagles to talk up the Bills and Raiders having interest in order to try and get another team to make better offer (and quickly) out of fear someone else will get McNabb.
    BTW…Why does PFT seem to be the only source that quotes Yahoo! Sports anymore?

  29. Bird Man says: Mar 24, 2010 5:04 PM

    He wouldn’t sign an extension with either of those teams. Why would they trade away a pick to rent him for a year?

  30. 1trackm1nd says: Mar 24, 2010 5:07 PM

    I think this would be a good trade for the Rams. They can get a few more years of high production out of McNabb. S. Jax’s value would go up in the same sense of Westbrooks value with the dump off pass to the RB’s. If they went with Bradford with the first pick, he could learn from McNabb for a few seasons until he is ready to take over. Or the Rams could go after Suh and beef up the defense while upgrading the offense. I think this would be a good trade for them.

  31. BigBlueDeadHead says: Mar 24, 2010 5:09 PM

    That would be dumb, dumb, dumb for St. Louis.

  32. coz says: Mar 24, 2010 5:14 PM

    i think it would be a good move for the bills, but only if he is willing to sign a contract……. few more pieces on defense and another wr with better coaching hopefully could be a playoff contender …

  33. WarrenMoonGOAT says: Mar 24, 2010 5:16 PM

    NNNNNNNNNNNOOOOOOOOOOO

  34. milehiclown says: Mar 24, 2010 5:16 PM

    The Raiders? They wish. McNabb has GOT to be crappin’ himself thinking he might get sent to the Raiders.
    I *actually* feel a little bad whenever a player goes there. That team is HURT. ING. HURTING.

  35. Bwa Ha Ha says: Mar 24, 2010 5:17 PM

    If Missanelli said it, it is false

  36. Joshua says: Mar 24, 2010 5:28 PM

    and they’d have to be willing to give up the second overall pick —
    I didnt realize the Rams had the second overall pick

  37. Gabrielsdad237 says: Mar 24, 2010 5:29 PM

    I think Cleveland makes the most sense. The Walrus loves collecting old QBs and Cleveland has a high 2nd as well.

  38. TheWizard says: Mar 24, 2010 5:29 PM

    Shouldn’t a team trading for McNabb be in ‘win now’ mode?
    Do the Rams fit that category?

  39. RaiderRedleg says: Mar 24, 2010 5:50 PM

    milehiclown says:
    March 24, 2010 5:16 PM
    I *actually* feel a little bad whenever a player goes there. That team is HURT. ING. HURTING.
    ————————————————–
    Did it hurt you just as bad as when Russell came in off the bench to lead the Raiders over the Broncos last season… That would be HURT. ING. HURTING to a Bronco fan.

  40. BleedGreenMtState says: Mar 24, 2010 5:54 PM

    I am big proponent of McNabb getting traded and I agree with the poster that said he should be traded to a winning team.
    This way all you morons outside of Philadelphia get to see the real McNabb and how awful he truly is.

  41. MrSmithTP says: Mar 24, 2010 5:57 PM

    You guys kill me. Lol. I never saw a group of haters so excited about going back to the Rodney Peete, Bobby Hoying and Detmer brother days. What do you think your gonna get if Kolb doesnt work out??? He played to good games this past season. Before that he had shown absolutely nothing and everyone was labeling him a bust. If you watched the 2 good games he had this year most of the yards he put up were from runs after the catch(Desean Jackson). He doesnt throw a good tight ball and i think it will be a problem when the weather goes south. Be careful what yo wish for because i remember a lot of years of dealing with junk qb’s. Look around the league now and you see many many teams that would be thrilled to have McNabb for there qb. Same kind of people who wanted to run Elway out Denver till he finally won and hes 1 of the top 10 qb’s of all time in my mind.

  42. prmpft says: Mar 24, 2010 6:09 PM

    …y’know – i’ve been known to jump on a topic (commentarily???) when there’s blood in the water – much like – or exactly like – many of you…but here’s one i’ve never understood – mcnabb has always been (to me anyway) the most unfairly maligned good football player in (the history of???) the league…don’t give me the gettin’ the opportunity for greatness and choking, not following through, or being sick argument – i’ve always been a SAINTS fan (who dat) – so i fully understand EVERYTHING from almost down (mostly down) – mcnabb has always displayed honesty, good-excellent qb and leadership skills, never responded negatively (understand now that’s relative) to the doggin’ he’s gotten – honestly, i can’t see where he has never been a good role model (shut up charles barkley!!!) for our young men – and GOD knows there are few enough of those guys around anymore…anyway, sorry this was long – but again, i just don’t get it…for what it’s worth – (cue the venom)…
    prm

  43. Gordon-Geico-Gekko says: Mar 24, 2010 6:19 PM

    Bills, Raiders, Browns.
    the NFL’s graveyard, where players careers go to die.

  44. JunkYardDogg1156 says: Mar 24, 2010 6:38 PM

    @BlueEyeDevils
    How about:
    Tavaris Jackson – a mobile QB in the west coast offense…You see how that worked out
    Jason Campbell – another mobile guy, 1st round pick…we see how that is doing in DC
    David Garrard – can move, gonna be the next star in the Sunshine state…. Obvious how that is playing out
    Vince Young – National Champion in college, the NFL savior, graced a Madden cover… we all took notice of how he fell apart his first couple of years facing adversity in the pros.
    How about:
    Peyton Manning – slow immobile QB… well he’s still doing ok after being old, slow, white – has a SB ring?
    Eli is a slow pocket QB…has a SB ring no?
    Brady is a slow pocket QB…has 3 SB rings right?
    Rivers is a slow pocket guy…no SB’s yet but certainly better than the group above
    Arron Rodgers moves a little bit no SB either yet… seems to be working out OK so far
    If you have a good, smart offensive line & a good running game & defense (as Trent Dilfer proved) & manage a game well, you can win in the NFL. So stop stirring racial bullsh*t with every post.

  45. doubldipp says: Mar 24, 2010 6:46 PM

    look at all this talk about Mcnabb, this sells and it’s always been this way. Some of you think Kolb can draw this much attention to the Eagles.without Mcnabb the Eagles are non existed, no prime time play.

  46. JunkYardDogg1156 says: Mar 24, 2010 6:51 PM

    And yes for whatever it’s worth with the McNabb haters, it’s admirable how he has handled himself in Philly all this time with all haters & crap he has had to endure. The same people that gave a standing ovation for a serial animal torturer & killer, kill Mc Nabb who has always been a complete gentleman & a great QB. If this happens, before the 2010 season is over Eagle fans are going to miss Dono terribly.

  47. Green n' Gold says: Mar 24, 2010 7:01 PM

    Vikes-N-Favre says:
    March 24, 2010 4:57 PM
    If I were the Vikings brass, I would tell Favre to make a decision right now regarding next season. If he says he don’t know, then tell him to move on and go after McNabb.
    Good luck with that Queen fan. Favray will do what HE WANT’S TO DO ON HIS OWN TIME. LMFAO!!!

  48. aious says: Mar 24, 2010 7:03 PM

    Trading someone to the Raiders is not just wrong but downright mean
    Does Philly really hate McNabb THAT MUCH?

  49. TheWizard says: Mar 24, 2010 7:09 PM

    The mobile quarterback is the present and near future……………..
    The irony of your dumbness is that the only one to win a Super Bowl is……………Steve Young.
    Ouch.

  50. GB3Pack4 says: Mar 24, 2010 7:10 PM

    In the formal, somewhat old-fashioned idiom, (we are) “entertaining offers”, means of course that people are sending in serious bids and the guys in the catbird seat are reviewing them –
    Andy’s putting it the other way – “People are ‘entertaining us’ with offers … “evokes a wonderful image of the Philly Biggies sitting around laughing uproariously at the offers coming in. Can’t you just hear the dialogue?
    “No really, Andy, we mean it, this is a top drawer offer, hear us out now – ”
    “Haw Haw Haw! Top drawer? You’ve got to be kidding me!!! Haw haw haw!”

  51. PULL&SEAL says: Mar 24, 2010 7:26 PM

    I bet Viking fans wish they knew if Brent was coming back right about now…

  52. Dawgpound2009 says: Mar 24, 2010 7:40 PM

    Too bad The Browns signed Delhomme. There is no way McNabb goes to Cleveland now. They had their chance at him in 1999. Instead we got to watch Tim Couch become compost behind deplorable O-line for five years.
    D-Mac is a HOF QB. Kiper and Mcshay don’t have a clue saying he is not of that caliber.

  53. thefootballrulah says: Mar 24, 2010 7:58 PM

    donavon mcnabb is the best quarterback in eagles history and some of my less intellgent fellow eagle fans(mikedog44) need to get over that fact point blank with mcnabb we win 11 to 12 games go to the playoffs and have a shot the bowl with kevin kolb it’s unknown what will happen this kid has been an inerception machine and everything we’ve seen is base on 2 games against 2 of the worst defenses in the nfl last year……im not ready to risk watching a 5-11 team all year next season….

  54. frankie says: Mar 24, 2010 8:08 PM

    I’ve been a huge McNabb fan like his style of play but i don’t see that instinct in him anymore he doesn’t run anymore,his accuracy is off, and his timing is off.
    So with that said i say we do trade him to the Rams for a veteran or two.
    It really looks like this could happen so i say thanks Donovan for what you have given to the Eagles i really liked when you took us to the superbowl that one year and i wish you the best where ever you go. But know this Donovan you will always be remembered as a great Philadelphia Eagles player.

  55. JimboSlice925 says: Mar 24, 2010 8:35 PM

    BlueEyeDevils, you sir, are a moron!
    That is all

  56. nflfan86 says: Mar 24, 2010 8:40 PM

    @ BlueEyeDevils
    You are something else!!!
    I don’t care the color of your skin as long as you can throw the ball accurately and can read a defense and just know how to win that is all that counts.
    How many starting African American QB’s have won a superbowl?
    How many have won MVP’s?
    How many are in the hall of fame?
    How many are starters now?
    You say the future includes no more white QB’s and that their run is coming to an end.
    So why is it that the top QB’s coming in this year are all white?
    So would you just do us all a favor and keep your thoughts to yourself?

  57. pae12 says: Mar 24, 2010 8:42 PM

    # RaiderRedleg says: March 24, 2010 5:50 PM
    milehiclown says:
    March 24, 2010 5:16 PM
    I *actually* feel a little bad whenever a player goes there. That team is HURT. ING. HURTING.
    ————————————————–
    Did it hurt you just as bad as when Russell came in off the bench to lead the Raiders over the Broncos last season… That would be HURT. ING. HURTING to a Bronco fan.
    LOL the lone Raider fan is looking for the silver lining of last season!? Get over it, Jamarcus sucks and your team will be laughing stock for another decade!

  58. nflfan86 says: Mar 24, 2010 8:56 PM

    JunkYardDogg1156 says:
    March 24, 2010 6:38 PM
    @BlueEyeDevils
    How about:
    Tavaris Jackson – a mobile QB in the west coast offense…You see how that worked out
    Jason Campbell – another mobile guy, 1st round pick…we see how that is doing in DC
    David Garrard – can move, gonna be the next star in the Sunshine state…. Obvious how that is playing out
    Vince Young – National Champion in college, the NFL savior, graced a Madden cover… we all took notice of how he fell apart his first couple of years facing adversity in the pros.
    How about:
    Peyton Manning – slow immobile QB… well he’s still doing ok after being old, slow, white – has a SB ring?
    Eli is a slow pocket QB…has a SB ring no?
    Brady is a slow pocket QB…has 3 SB rings right?
    Rivers is a slow pocket guy…no SB’s yet but certainly better than the group above
    Arron Rodgers moves a little bit no SB either yet… seems to be working out OK so far
    If you have a good, smart offensive line & a good running game & defense (as Trent Dilfer proved) & manage a game well, you can win in the NFL. So stop stirring racial bullsh*t with every post.
    ———————————————
    Well said!

  59. RaiderRedleg says: Mar 24, 2010 9:13 PM

    @ pae12,
    Can’t argue that it hasn’t been a bad eight year stretch, but the Raiders never had a winless season (like the Lions) and there were seven NFL teams with worse records last year so I guess hope springs eternal for die hard Raider fans!

  60. Franchise says: Mar 24, 2010 9:18 PM

    Vikes-N-Favre says:
    “If I were the Vikings brass, I would tell Favre to make a decision right now regarding next season. If he says he don’t know, then tell him to move on and go after McNabb.”
    If you actually believe that Favre hasn’t made up his mind and told the Vikings his plans, I have some oceanfront property in Eden Prairie.
    Do you honestly think if he wasn’t coming back, or the Vikings didn’t know, they wouldnt bring in 1 single FA QB?
    Please.

  61. pae12 says: Mar 24, 2010 9:31 PM

    @ RaiderRedleg At least your a glass half full guy…..got to give you that. Not many competent Raiders fans out their so for that I salute you.

  62. SmackMyVickUp.com says: Mar 24, 2010 11:56 PM

    McNabb lives in Phoenix during the off-season. With Warner gone this makes too much sense.

  63. mikedog44 says: Mar 25, 2010 9:46 AM

    In response to me being called a hater: You know what I am!!! Excuse me if I want a Super Bowl Trophy and excuse me if I realize that Mcchoke will NEVER win one. If you read the beginning of my post I started out as saying I was a huge Donovan fan, But once I realized that we were never going to win a Super bowl I wanted change. Who’s a bigger moron someone that knows what needs to be changed and strives to be a champion or the hundreds of idiots who are perfectly content always playing second fiddle. Do you realize that McNabb has more losses to over 500 teams than wins over 500 teams. Who do you play in the playoffs?Over 500 teams. I don’t care how many playmakers you have. If you can’t hit them in stride or not throw the ball at their feet you are going to fail. Im not saying Kolb is the answer. All I’m Saying is Donovan has PROVEN he is not. So yeah if I get branded a hater because I love my Eagles and want a Super Bowl then I will gladly take that Moniker. IDIOTS!!!

  64. eaglelover1 says: Mar 25, 2010 6:44 PM

    @nflfan86
    The guy never said WHITE/BLACK he said mobile vs.immobile.
    Peyton Manning is the best QB in the league and how much does that offensive line make?
    Tom Brady? How many SB would they have won without cheating?
    Eli has a ring but did he really win that SB or was it the defense?
    Both Rivers and Rodgers are likely to run off for a few yards a game or TD it’s called doing whatever it takes to win.
    Jason Campbell has played behind the worst line in the NFC east, Tavaris Jackson is in his 4th year (he sat for his entire 1st and 3rd year.
    Name a Titans WR that you would like to have start for your favorite team. Ditto for the Jags.
    Mcnabb has produce more with less than any QB in the history of this game. in 10 years he has yet to have the same starting WR’s in consecutive years yet every year the Eagles are contending for the SB.
    Just watch what Tebow does as a pro. And that is one very mobile QB.

  65. NinerSean says: Mar 25, 2010 7:13 PM

    Niners get in on this. Alex Smith is not the answer, trade a second and third, draft trent williams and iupati and I will meet you at the Superbowl … Jed … I know you are listening … get it done champ …. Eddie D would have!

  66. nflfan86 says: Mar 26, 2010 11:27 PM

    @ eaglelover1
    I am not sure if you read what I said in the beginning of my statement. I said “I don’t care the color of your skin as long as you can throw the ball accurately and can read a defense and just know how to win that is all that counts.”
    I also have read a lot of this BlueEyedDevil guys crap on this website. I am sick of his crap. I don’t know if you have followed what he has been saying but I have and it is flipping annoying. He is entitled to his thoughts and yes they are racist towards white quarterbacks.
    A lot of teams have struggles with QB. KC for example has Matt Cassel playing behind a terrible Oline as well. Seattle has Hasselbeck playing behind a terrible Oline as well. St. Louis has a crappy line too and Bulger is crap. Don’t get me wrong there are terrible lines terrible receivers and terrible teams all struggling in different ways.
    I was a fan of Steve Mcnair and Warren Moon, Randall Cunningham. I wish Mcnabb would get a ring he deserves to get one. I am no fan of Michael Vick though. He still did wrong and should not have gotten a 2nd chance in the NFL.
    I really hope Tebow does well in the NFL. I have a strong feeling that he will in the right system and with the right team. Jags are not that team. I want him to prove all of the critics wrong… I am a person that always roots for the underdog.
    I am a racist against racists if that makes sense. Lol. Believe me I am just a flatout football fan and love the game.

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