Donovan McNabb: It’s unfair to criticize me for expressing Eagles opinions

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Former Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb took some criticism last month for saying current Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz would become a former Eagles quarterback if he doesn’t at least get to the NFC Championship Game within the next two years. McNabb thinks that criticism is unfair.

McNabb said on 97.5 The Fanatic that when he makes media appearances he’s acting as an objective analyst, and he shouldn’t be expected to talk up the Eagles.

“If I’m an analyst and a question is presented to me, I’m supposed to answer the way I see fit,” McNabb said, via Philly.com. “Sometimes when its certain people, we want to judge it or we want to have a different type of emotional feel to their answer because of who it is. And that’s unfair.”

McNabb also declared himself an “Eagle for life,” even though his last two seasons were in Washington and Minnesota. His relationship with Eagles fans, however, has been strained in retirement.

91 responses to “Donovan McNabb: It’s unfair to criticize me for expressing Eagles opinions

  1. Well…it is Philly fans we are talking about.They threw snowballs at Santa so what do you expect?

  2. McNabb was the best QB the Eagles has since Randall Cunningham.
    They booed him at the draft and didn’t appreciate him when he was one of the better QBs in the league.

    These are Eagles fans, why would they respect him now?

    I’ve been to Philly and absolutely loved it but their sports fans are off the chart stupid.

  3. Maybe if he would have performed better in the NFC championship games, where the Eagles were favored, and the Super Bowl, against a beatable NE team he wouldn’t be so miserable.

  4. Gets paid to say words that create a stir. Obviously Wentz could be the best performing quarterback in the entire league and the Eagles go nowhere because of defense, special teams or untimely fumbles. So DM, make your money and stop the whoa is me unfair. Act like a leader not one of the whiny flock.

  5. Somehow Jaws has managed to keep his “analyst” hat on without being a total homer. Plus countless other analyst who manage to do it towards their old teams.

    McNabb has the personality of a grapefruit.

  6. … and for some reason he continues to be employed; just like clowns like Stephen A, Colin Cowherd and Rick Bayless! Networks employ these hacks, for some reason, but we don’t have to like them!

  7. If he criticizes any team, a percentage of that team’s fan base is going to criticize his analysis. It goes with the territory of being an analyst. If you criticize, expect to get some criticism in return.

  8. He said what he said about Wentz because he’s trying to become relevant again in the media. What he actually said was ridiculous, stating the team should move on from Wentz based on team accomplishments is moronic. Should the Eagles have moved on from McNabb when he underperformed in every big game in his career?

  9. I was never overly keen on McNabb but he didn’t say anything here that wasn’t basically true – having shipped Foles, Wentz now needs to really prove it. Yes he had a great breakout 2017 season before injury, but how often have we seen QBs do this before opponents figure them out? And he’s gotten injured two years in a row (due at least in part to the way he plays).

  10. McNabb sitting at his desk: “I get to criticize people, this is awesome”

    Also

    McNabb sitting at his desk: “people shouldn’t criticize me”

  11. Hey, at least McNabb gives a timeline (2 years). He’ll either be right or wrong. On the other hand, Max Kellerman has been predicting Tom Brady’s demise for several years now, three rings ago in fact…. of course one of these years he’ll be correct….

  12. McNabb was surrounded by some of the most talented Eagle players in their history,yet as a leader he could never win a Superbowl. The GREAT QBs in history put their teams on their shoulder’s and win the big one. He always made excuses. THATS WHY Eagle fans who FOLLOW the team are NOT enamered with him.

  13. Fans will always be for “their guy” even when their guy has done little to deserve it…..

  14. When it comes to analyzing Philadelphia, McNabb takes everything personal and lives by the the theory of open mouth, insert foot. As far as the Philly fan comments, if you aren’t smart enough to not accept the team without your fan input, are you really a fan ? Philly fans have learned their fandom from the bottom now that they’re part of the upper echelon ( winning more than losing ) maybe you should follow our lead. We know from where we speak !

  15. I dont think anyone is actually upset at McNabb. Just a few voices have made loud noises.

  16. McNabb clearly isn’t the most popular character but he does kind of have a point. I’ve said on PFT recently I think Wentz is a very, very good young QB. The Eagles are also well coached, have a good D and make some smart roster moves.

    Wentz is never going to have as much talent put around him as he will on his cheap, rookie contract.

    The NFC championship game is probably the wrong benchmark but coming back from injuries he should still be able to show he can get it done. Otherwise how could you have confidence he’ll do it when the Eagles have more money tied up in him and can’t invest in other areas on the roster?

  17. I was a McNabb fan until I saw, with my own eyes, how he treated his fans and fellow teammates. I then stopped being a McNabb fan.
    He burnt a lot of bridges in Philly with fans and the team. Now to go on to criticize them, he should not be so shocked to see the backlash.

  18. Anyone familiar with the Philadelphia Eagles and Donovan McNabb know why the fans never took to him. Was he the best quarterback in Eagles history? Yes…and most fans acknowledge that. But he was never likable. He had the thinnest skin of perhaps any athlete to ever come through Philly. It’s funny that he’s a so-called “critic” or “analyst” now, because we’re talking about a guy who thought he was above criticism. He never took any responsibility after a loss. He was quick to throw his teammates under the bus when they didn’t come through. His criticism of Carson Wentz, while justified to a certain extent, is rooted in jealousy. Players get booed in Philadelphia when they don’t perform. That’s not a secret. It’s the players that can say “they should’ve booed me, I stunk today” who are appreciated and loved in Philly. The one’s whose expectations of themselves matches the fans expectations. Philly has embraced lesser players than Donovan McNabb. But in Philly it’s not talent that wins fans over. It’s passion. Donovan McNabb had none of that.

  19. I guess I’m one if the ” stupid Eagles fans” but I always thought if you are a PAID critic you should be objective and even fair. For your old team and against. What all you “smart” fans don’t realize is # 5’s comments were made in an interview NOT AS A PAID CRITIC. McNabb is NOT employed. He said he just keeps up with players hoping to get a job. So his negative comments toward Wentz are pure jealously, period.

  20. A question that might make your head explode , which is softer McNabb the player or McNabb the analyst ?

  21. McNabb was a mediocre QB that got a ton of attention and credit for an Eagles team built largely on Jim Johnson’s defense. Brian Dawkins had as much (or more) to do with the Eagles success as McNabb.

  22. McNabb is doing a great job in the media. If he just showed up with an Eagles’ cheerleaders outfit, his act would get old fast, and they’d run him out. Keep up the good work Donovan! Aren’t these the same fans that booed Santa Claus?

  23. McNabb needs to realize people aren’t criticizing him for simply expressing an honest opinion about the Eagles. Instead, they’re disagreeing with his argument about Wentz on an objective level. Example: pass575’s comment above.

    Beyond that, however, is the perception among Eagles fans that McNabb himself consistently fails to offer objective analysis. McNabb’s Eagles opinions tend to come across as insecure and self-serving, like he’s upset about others having success where he once did and now says what he says to make himself feel better.

    Can McNabb criticize the Eagles? Absolutely. But he should expect a strong response from Eagles fans when he makes an argument that’s poorly reasoned, agenda-driven, or both.

  24. Don’t overexert yourself Donovan, we wouldn’t want you puking in the middle of an interview.

  25. McNabb gets criticized because he is NOT objective. All he ever cared about and still cares about is what people think of him. He is very sensitive and insecure and it is hard to respect that. As an Eagles fan, I appreciate what he did on the field but I don’t have to like him. He goes out of his way to criticise the Eagles because he is bitter that he is not beloved. Philly fans see right through fake people and McNabb is fake and never connected with the fans.

  26. Can Donnie just go away? He was always thin skinned as a player and he is thin skinned as an analyst. The Philly fan base has moved on from this guy. Donnie needs to just fade away. He is probably salty that there is a statue of Nick Foles at the Linc and not one of him. LOL.

  27. I’ve been to Philly and absolutely loved it but their sports fans are off the chart stupid.
    ——
    I’d suspect it’s more off the charts emotional. Strong emotions can make you do and say stupid things.

    A great example of this is think about your significant other and how dumb you can both be when your emotional override logic. Or even worse…….politics.

  28. McNabb is as clueless and irrelevant as it gets. He has been on a downward spiral since be trade from Philly and he missed the attention. Just go away!

  29. screamingyellowzonkers says: “McNabb gets paid to be a critic but when he gets criticism it’s not fair? He needs Dr Phil.”
    ———————

    You don’t get it. Criticizing his opinion on Wentz is fair game. Criticizing McNabb’s comments just because he’s a former Eagle is ridiculous.

    If Cris Collinsworth made the exact same statements, fans would only argue the actual criticism and not be attacking the analyst’s background.

  30. They booed you when they didn’t draft the RB and you NEVER let it go……it’s really that simple.

    oh and the way you just could not seem to be able to throw a simple 10 yd out without putting the ball in the dirt at the WR feet…..that was a tad frustrating for 10 years.

  31. It’s unfair to criticize people for making stupid comments.

    Donovan, it’s not just Wentz, you have a history of putting your foot in your mouth.

  32. The fact that people jumped all over him is ridiculous. No one rips Romo to shreds when he comments on Dak. Of course it is Philly and Philly fans are awful.

  33. As a Philly fan – we are passionate. We don’t hold back. We’ll let you know if something ticks us off. If you’re not a Philly fan – you don’t get it. You won’t get it. Don’t care if you do. So you can reference throwing snow balls at Santa till you’re blue in the face.

    Donovan never got it. Never will. AI was the biggest nut in the world for the Sixers – but he put it all out there, never complained that he was surrounded by lesser talent. Never threw anyone under the bus. He threw himself into everything, he understood the passion. He lived it.

    McNabb always had a thin skin. Always irritable. Never could poke fun, took himself too seriously. Guy like Jaws, got his ass kicked in the one Super Bowl he was in – but doesn’t take himself too seriously, is pretty gregarious, can still be critical – but the fans still appreciate and respect him.

    He’s certainly entitled to his opinion. Don’t really care what he has to say.

  34. unclebluck says:
    May 8, 2019 at 7:25 am
    Fans will always be for “their guy” even when their guy has done little to deserve it…..
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    You mean even when “their guy” has 70 TD’s in 40 games, a career qb rating of 92.5 (after being down around 79 after his rookie year? How about his accuracy increasing nearly 10% after a summer in which all he could do is rehab his knee? I can go on an on but some people choose to hate on the Eagles, their city, and their QB especially. Whatever, Nick Foles reached his peak after being in the league for 6 years. Carson Wentz has gotten better every year he’s played and will do so again this year. There is exactly 1 reason only not to be a fan of him as a QB and that’s his health. I would think all the fans of other teams would be thrilled he’s our QB if he’s so overrated and unworthy his positive press…

  35. What is really unfair is that the networks hired you in the first place when there were far more qualified candidates. The criticism you hear is just the fan base that thinks you are an idiot with a very large sample size of utterings to draw from.

  36. jquaste says:
    May 8, 2019 at 7:51 am
    Anyone familiar with the Philadelphia Eagles and Donovan McNabb know why the fans never took to him. Was he the best quarterback in Eagles history? Yes

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    I stopped you right there. Best QB in Eagle’s history is debatable. I would take Sonny Jurgensen and Randall Cunningham over McNabb. Jurgensen’s stats don’t hold up because of the era he played in and the Eagles teams he played on were not good. But not many QB’s ever threw the QB as well as Jurgensen did. Jurgensen is in the Pro Football Hall Of Fame.
    Cunningham could do everything McNabb could do plus he was a gifted scrambler and runner, maybe the best of all time at that position. He was hampered by having Buddy Ryan as his head coach. Ryan was a QB’s nightmare as a head coach.
    And you can’t overlook Norm Van Brocklin as Eagles QB, either. He was a 9 time Pro Bowler, is in the Hall Of Fame, and was the MVP in 1960 when he led the Eagles to the championship. He won another championship before that in 1951 with the Rams.
    McNabb was an excellent QB but it’s very debatable to me saying he is the Eagles best QB ever.

  37. But the fans SHOULD question why a professional athlete was so out of shape that he gave away the SuperBowl by not being able to even get to the line of scrimmage in the 4th…

  38. McNabb took a big step toward his legacy when he threw an interception to Ronde Barber at the six yard line that Barber returned 94 yds for a touchdown. That pretty much cemented the Eagles loss in their last ever game at the Vet and sent the Bucs to the Superbowl, where they blew out the Raiders.

  39. It is unfair to criticize anyone for expressing opinions. Criticizing the opinon itself is a different story. It’s not unfair to criticize opinions, or to criticize the critics. I love McNabb. Keep being you.

    But people should know…

    Wentz played all 16 his rookie year.

    Wentz started 14 the next year, finished 13, was in serious NFL MVP consideration, and hurt his knee on a CONTACT play that objectively would’ve broken almost anyone’s leg. Watch the play. And some film on wentz if you want to take the time too. He doesn’t suck. at all.

    Wentz came back after 9 months out from multiple torn ligaments in his knee to start for the Eagles. Started 10 games before being shut down by the team, which had nick foles who they had already seen preform well as backup (very very well {SB CHAMPS BABY}), and it made sense. He was playing through his back just like countless other QB’s have with the same injury.

    How in the world does this guy not get a break? He is a kid, has had some misfortune, but still has started 16/14/10 games in three years. give him a sec. Unreal.

  40. McNabb has always been a narcissistic, whiney baby.
    Looks like he always will be.

  41. McNabb is a pretty underrated QB. You look at his stats and Tony Romos stats and they are nearly identical, except McNabb had way more post season success.

  42. I would give the kid a chance before declaring he’s injury prone and never gonna complete a season. Stafford barely played his first three seasons with the Lions and picked up the nickname “China Doll” from a teammate no less. The media and everyone said he was made of glass and would never play out a full season. He hasn’t missed a game in 7 season since then and has the current NFL iron man streak at QB.

  43. Well Eagles fans aren’t exactly a group you want lose sleep about not loving you. They’re kind of well…I don’t think I need to say anymore.

  44. Looks like Donavan’s acute case of passive-aggressiveness is back out of remission.

  45. He’s never been able to handle criticism. He’s in the wrong business, again.

  46. McNabb is right! He should be able to make legitimate criticisms of his former team and not have to worry that his prior affiliation is an issue.

  47. Vikings4Life says:
    May 8, 2019 at 7:57 am

    Wentz’s is better now than McNabb was and he’s mad.

    ===============

    Wentz hasn’t done squat. Let’s be honest. Hasn’t played a full season since 2016, hasn’t won a single playoff game, and has had losing records 2 out of his 3 seasons so far. He’s talented, but his actual outcomes so far are minimal.

    McNabb made it to a Super Bowl and multiple NFC championships and was a 6-time Pro Bowler.

    Wentz has the talent to be an all-time Eagle great, but right now he’s probably the 5th-best Eagles QB ever, at best.

  48. The guy didn’t get it then and doesn’t get it now. He sounds like a bitter, jealous hater every time he opens his mouth. His tone speaks volumes. He had his chance and didn’t come through. Andy Reid made his career. He makes T.O. look better every time he speaks. I bet he quietly wanted us to lose SB52.

  49. Wentz: potential to be the best QB in the league and team history.
    Around 28 teams would trade a first round pick or better for him, and if he were to hit the market, he’d get $30M USD/yr.
    The Eagles know this, Maybe an ex-Eagle or 2 might not, so whatever.

  50. Notice how McNabb sets the bar at “getting to the NFC championship game”? That’s because that was his ceiling throughout most of his career.
    ***********
    100% agreed!

  51. nyneal says:
    May 8, 2019 at 9:34 am
    jquaste says:
    May 8, 2019 at 7:51 am
    Anyone familiar with the Philadelphia Eagles and Donovan McNabb know why the fans never took to him. Was he the best quarterback in Eagles history? Yes

    ——————————————————————————————

    I stopped you right there. Best QB in Eagle’s history is debatable. I would take Sonny Jurgensen and Randall Cunningham over McNabb. Jurgensen’s stats don’t hold up because of the era he played in and the Eagles teams he played on were not good. But not many QB’s ever threw the QB as well as Jurgensen did. Jurgensen is in the Pro Football Hall Of Fame.
    Cunningham could do everything McNabb could do plus he was a gifted scrambler and runner, maybe the best of all time at that position. He was hampered by having Buddy Ryan as his head coach. Ryan was a QB’s nightmare as a head coach.
    And you can’t overlook Norm Van Brocklin as Eagles QB, either. He was a 9 time Pro Bowler, is in the Hall Of Fame, and was the MVP in 1960 when he led the Eagles to the championship. He won another championship before that in 1951 with the Rams.
    McNabb was an excellent QB but it’s very debatable to me saying he is the Eagles best QB ever.

    ——————————————————————
    Can’t argue with you there nyneal. I worded that incorrectly. It certainly is debatable as to who is the greatest Eagles QB. Not sure that I believe McNabb is either. My point was that many Eagles fans who view him as the best best in Eagles history still do not like him for the reasons mentioned. Something that people outside of Philly don’t seem to understand.

  52. Eagles_Nest says:
    May 8, 2019 at 11:29 am
    Wentz: potential to be the best QB in the league and team history.
    Around 28 teams would trade a first round pick or better for him, and if he were to hit the market, he’d get $30M USD/yr.
    The Eagles know this, Maybe an ex-Eagle or 2 might not, so whatever.
    —-
    So you are saying that Wentz….. is a top 5 QB? Seriously?

  53. So let me get this straight? McNabb playing the victim? Nothing new there.

    And for the record any of you outsiders who didn’t live thru his cornball interviews and his “woe is me” act on every criticism don’t really know what the dude is all about. He is the best QB in franchise history and he’s so insecure about it he cant give Wentz any credit.

    No way the Eagles join the likes of the Browns, Jets, Jaguars, Cardinals and whoever else who’s been on the QB carousel indefinitely. Even if Wentz doesn’t end up being the best Eagles QB ever he’s certainly the QB for the foreseeable future.

  54. He has an opinion. So does everyone who comments on this site. May not like him, that’s fine, but why is his opinion worth less than any of ours? Last I checked the vast majority of us have never been in the game.

  55. If you think getting heat for being honest and saying what you think wether you are right or wrong, wait until we see the first crop of naughties players coming through. Safe spaces, Outrage, stress relieving timeouts etc will be the order of the day

  56. No, Donnie. You’re criticized because we KNOW you can’t be objective. You’ve shown it for years. You never understood this fanbase. You never showed the game and team was as important to you as it was to us. You brought us a lot of great moments, and for that we thank you. But you being critical, talking about the QB position? It’s just ridiculous. Your analysis is otherwise pretty good from what I’ve heard, but you say the most over sensitive, projection-laden things when the Eagles come up.

  57. I’m an Eagles fan and I can’t defend the way a lot of Eagles fans have treated McNabb. It makes me mad, actually. He’s the best quarterback the team has ever had, and the fans don’t like him for some really stupid reasons:
    – He dares smile sometimes when the team is losing
    – He’s a bit corny
    – They chose sides with TO of all people when the two players had a spat.

    Philly fans get a bad rap (especially when compared to the fans of other teams) but honestly, a lot of our fan base is trash.

  58. eaglesnoles05 says:
    May 8, 2019 at 9:49 am
    It is unfair to criticize anyone for expressing opinions. Criticizing the opinon itself is a different story. It’s not unfair to criticize opinions, or to criticize the critics. I love McNabb. Keep being you.

    But people should know…

    Wentz played all 16 his rookie year.

    Wentz started 14 the next year, finished 13, was in serious NFL MVP consideration, and hurt his knee on a CONTACT play that objectively would’ve broken almost anyone’s leg. Watch the play. And some film on wentz if you want to take the time too. He doesn’t suck. at all.

    Wentz came back after 9 months out from multiple torn ligaments in his knee to start for the Eagles. Started 10 games before being shut down by the team, which had nick foles who they had already seen preform well as backup (very very well {SB CHAMPS BABY}), and it made sense. He was playing through his back just like countless other QB’s have with the same injury.

    How in the world does this guy not get a break? He is a kid, has had some misfortune, but still has started 16/14/10 games in three years. give him a sec. Unreal.
    **********
    Wentz was under 500 this year with the same team that win with foles eagles play much better with foles

  59. Eagles fans should learn the distinction between “Wentz isn’t great” and “he hasn’t earned being called great yet.” He may yet be, but he’s not now. No matter how many reasons (excuses) you make for him.

  60. McNabb was not booed for who he was, at the draft. The fact he was selected over Ricky Williams was the source of the booing. He has never gotten over that. It’s obvious. He said what he said as an analyst, and that’s fine. but – should we have “cut” him as a QB when he failed to get to the S-Bowl, or failed to win the NFC Championship games he went to, except for one of them, in his first 4 -5 seasons in the league? By his own “standards,” he should have been replaced. As an example, it took Matty “Ice” Ryan 9 (NINE) seasons to reach the Super Bowl. Should Atlanta have cut him after 4 or 5 seasons and taken another QB to get there faster? Next question.

  61. Wentz hasn’t earned anything. He’s above average, and just barely. He’s had one 6-8 game stretch where he was great, other than that he’s been about mediocre.

  62. danny woodson says:
    May 9, 2019 at 1:05 am

    eaglesnoles05 says:
    May 8, 2019 at 9:49 am
    It is unfair to criticize anyone for expressing opinions. Criticizing the opinon itself is a different story. It’s not unfair to criticize opinions, or to criticize the critics. I love McNabb. Keep being you.

    But people should know…

    Wentz played all 16 his rookie year.

    Wentz started 14 the next year, finished 13, was in serious NFL MVP consideration, and hurt his knee on a CONTACT play that objectively would’ve broken almost anyone’s leg. Watch the play. And some film on wentz if you want to take the time too. He doesn’t suck. at all.

    Wentz came back after 9 months out from multiple torn ligaments in his knee to start for the Eagles. Started 10 games before being shut down by the team, which had nick foles who they had already seen preform well as backup (very very well {SB CHAMPS BABY}), and it made sense. He was playing through his back just like countless other QB’s have with the same injury.

    How in the world does this guy not get a break? He is a kid, has had some misfortune, but still has started 16/14/10 games in three years. give him a sec. Unreal.
    **********
    Wentz was under 500 this year with the same team that win with foles eagles play much better with foles
    **********
    False. Not same team. Defense was healthier, receivers were healthier, and foles wasn’t still less than a year removed from a torn knee and playing with a back injury also. But other than that, same.

  63. This ,kind of reminds me of how Tiki Barber went all non-partisan in 2007,after he retired in 2006.He threw Coughlin under the bus and ridiculed Eli by laughing at the prospect that Eli could be a leader.Ironically,the Giants went on to win the Super Bowl that year.

    By those actions Tiki went from being a Giant legend to an ungrateful boob.Many Giant fans to this day still hate Tiki.

    Maybe Carson can make McNabb eat his words as well!! Good Luck,Carson!!

  64. I really don’t care what he thinks. The worm burners i watched him throw while in Minni were textbook athlete that should have retired 2 years earlier. I listened to him a couple times on his radio show and he was horrible. I’m not sure what Wash and especially Minni seen that would make them sign him.

  65. The Philly fans are pure gold. The backup QB wins you a SB, he gets shipped out, then a former QB says that they current QB needs to do well in order to stay with the team and all of the fans jump on him, ripping him for past deeds, etc.

    As someone else pointed out above – if that was some other analyst who said that, would you be this mad? Honestly, what he’s saying could be true, unless you fans are ok with mediocrity for the next 5-7 years with a guy playing QB that can’t play an entire season.

  66. eaglesnoles05 says:
    May 9, 2019 at 11:00 am
    danny woodson says:
    May 9, 2019 at 1:05 am

    eaglesnoles05 says:
    May 8, 2019 at 9:49 am
    It is unfair to criticize anyone for expressing opinions. Criticizing the opinon itself is a different story. It’s not unfair to criticize opinions, or to criticize the critics. I love McNabb. Keep being you.

    But people should know…

    Wentz played all 16 his rookie year.

    Wentz started 14 the next year, finished 13, was in serious NFL MVP consideration, and hurt his knee on a CONTACT play that objectively would’ve broken almost anyone’s leg. Watch the play. And some film on wentz if you want to take the time too. He doesn’t suck. at all.

    Wentz came back after 9 months out from multiple torn ligaments in his knee to start for the Eagles. Started 10 games before being shut down by the team, which had nick foles who they had already seen preform well as backup (very very well {SB CHAMPS BABY}), and it made sense. He was playing through his back just like countless other QB’s have with the same injury.

    How in the world does this guy not get a break? He is a kid, has had some misfortune, but still has started 16/14/10 games in three years. give him a sec. Unreal.
    **********
    Wentz was under 500 this year with the same team that win with foles eagles play much better with foles
    **********
    False. Not same team. Defense was healthier, receivers were healthier, and foles wasn’t still less than a year removed from a torn knee and playing with a back injury also. But other than that, same.
    *******
    foles took over the same exact team that lost with wentz the week before foles took over so no yet foles won right away. foles also played with 13 guys on ir more injuries with foles yet team played much better with foles wentz 5-6 same exact team won with foels and foless played toughest part of schedule

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