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I wonder what his career numbers would look like if he had a receiver who could catch the ball and a coach that could call plays? I'm certainly no fan of his, but he has suffered under Andy Reid and a bunch of Colbertesque receivers.

....not that I'm sad about it though, Johnny Rockets has pretty much turned me against anything Philadelphia.

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He had a receiver who could catch balls in 2004. He usually has a great defense too. Doesn't change the fact he gagged it up in the SB. Not a clutch player.

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Could've, would've, should've......I will always be a believer in the fact that McNabb has succeeded (if you can even call it that) despite of Andy Reid. I hate that he has GM powers.

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he will probably be elsewhere next year, on a new team with a better coach. while we will be stuck with andy reid and kevin kolb. ugh.

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he will probably be elsewhere next year, on a new team with a better coach. while we will be stuck with andy reid and kevin kolb. ugh.

I can only pray that what happened yesterday will force Banner to see what needs to be done.

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the chiefs...with him and chad johnson i think could work

I think the Chiefs are onto something with Tyler Thigpen.

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