From the moment fans booed when Philadelphia made him the second pick in the 1999 N.F.L. draft, Donovan McNabb’s time with the Eagles was marked by the undercurrent that he would never be fully embraced in Philadelphia unless he led the Eagles to a championship. Over and over, the Eagles came close, only to fall short, sparking one off-season pledge after another that McNabb was still Coach Andy Reid’s man.
But on Sunday night, after 11 seasons in which he led the Eagles to one Super Bowl appearance but never a title, the uneasy marriage ended, with the Eagles trading McNabb to their bitter N.F.C. East rival, the Washington Redskins
Every time people are critical of McNabb there are always a lot of whiny blowhards that immediately make him a victim, claim that he is being subject to racism. BULLSHIT. He has had loads of time, and good times put around him, but he has never been able to get it done. He is a loser, which I said from day one.