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SIR - McNabb?

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they say if you dont know, dont post it...... seriously, probably not

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they say if you dont know, dont post it...... seriously, probably not

Well, it was linked to an article... so I figured it was alright. :boxing_smiley:

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In exchange for a 6th or 7th round pick?

Done... but we would need to run a "McNabb-friendly" offense to get our money's worth.

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if it wasn't for the fact that he comes from an andy reid WCO, i'd think it would be a great idea. hard to think of a better mentor for newton.

coming from that offense really handicaps QBs transitioning to another system. it doesn't necessarily need to be someone from an identical offense, but it should be someone with experience in a non-WCO.

i don't think that he would be hard to get, though. price and expectations will be lower than people think. it won't be dante culpepper bad of prospects, but he won't exactly be getting favre type offers either.

still, he's going to wind up going to a very QB needy team.

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i mean for a 6th or 7th rounder hell yeah. I'd even throw in clausen for free. nothing higher though.

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Where Becoming Great is More like Collard Greens!

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Done... but we would need to run a "McNabb-friendly" offense to get our money's worth.

will it look something like this?

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Donovan McNabb signed to a five-year extension worth $78 million, $40 million of which is guaranteed, could potentially be worth $88 million if McNabb meets certain performance-based incentives. Idiots.

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Donovan McNabb signed to a five-year extension worth $78 million, $40 million of which is guaranteed, could potentially be worth $88 million if McNabb meets certain performance-based incentives. Idiots.

redskins have a loophole that gets them out of the deal.

Well, it turns out the Redskins haven't completely lost their mind when you look at the figures secured from the NFL Players Association by ESPN's Adam Schefter on Tuesday. If the Redskins decide to cut ties with McNabb following this season, they'd only be on the hook for $3.75 million. This had the makings of an Albert Haynesworth-type albatross when news broke Monday afternoon, but the actual figures make more sense in the light of day.

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My favorite line in Schefter's report: "The deal's maximum value is $88.5 million if McNabb leads his team to a Super Bowl victory every year."

http://espn.go.com/blog/nfceast/post/_/id/21700/a-closer-look-at-donovan-mcnabbs-contract

not sure who you are calling idiots.

the contract he has with the redskins doesn't mean much to anyone...unless the redskins decide to keep him around.

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I would rather have Bryon Leftwich

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redskins have a loophole that gets them out of the deal.

not sure who you are calling idiots.

the contract he has with the redskins doesn't mean much to anyone...unless the redskins decide to keep him around.

Maybe I am wrong but doesn't the contract come with him when he is traded?

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