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ESPN: ''Team X'' after McNabb

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philly? o wait..

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Date of birth: November 25, 1976 (1976-11-25) (age 33)

I think he meant we can still look for a future qb while we have McChunky Soup Guy... And let him play the mentor role for a little while.

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already has a qb in place and doesn't want to be identified. hmm.

Hint: It ain't us.

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already has a qb in place and doesn't want to be identified. hmm.

My guess is the other team in Pennsylvania.

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I think he meant we can still look for a future qb while we have McChunky Soup Guy... And let him play the mentor role for a little while.

I either mis-read it or it was worded weird. I didn't mean anything by it. :P

But, after reading a little bit...:

Limited edition T-shirts were made immediately following the game, with "FOURTH AND 26" emblazoned on the front and "BELIEVE" printed on the back.[2] However, the Eagles went on to lose the NFC Championship game to the Carolina Panthers, 14-3. This was the Eagles' third consecutive NFC Championship loss and the second consecutive NFC Championship loss at home.

It doesn't look like we need him!

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McNabb took forever to learn the WCO I doubt anyone wants to spend another 5 years teaching him another system.

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I doubt Moore would even consider himself "in place". I think he knows he's going to have to compete with somebody for the starting job with a yet to be identified person. When you have a QB "in place", it sounds to me like the whole team and the guy himself knows he's the starter heading into the season. That's not the case with Moore. I would think along the lines of Seattle, St. Louis, Jacksonville, or perhaps even Washington.

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My guess is the other team in Pennsylvania.

I called this a few weeks back if big ben gets suspended

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Let me put it this way...

We didn't cut a longtime established starter who knew the system and was well-liked by teammates for the purpose of establishing a confirmed starter just to turn around and give up a high pick to get a guy who's established - but in a completely different system - thereby muddying the waters and causing the locker room dissension we cut the first guy specifically to avoid (and that's without even bringing up the age-to-contract ratio).

Clear?

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