Found November 17, 2012 on Larry Brown Sports:
Donovan McNabb was one of the better quarterbacks in the NFL during his prime with the Philadelphia Eagles. He was a six-time Pro Bowler who led the Eagles to a whopping five NFC championship games and one Super Bowl during his 11-year career in Philly. If McNabb focused more and tried a bit harder, Jeff Garcia says he could have been even better. Garcia, who served as a backup for McNabb in 2006 and 2009, questioned his former teammate’s work ethic during an appearance with Anthony Gargano and Glen Macnow on 94WIP this week. “Donovan had a great career, and had a great career there in Philadelphia,” Garcia said, via NJ.com. “Not to take away from anything that Donovan did, but I think that Donovan, I believe, could have been so much greater if he did have a better understanding at times. If he did put more time and effort into what he needed to do every day of the week leading up to game day in order to be the best he could be.” Garcia also stopped barely short of saying he ran the...
THE BACKYARD
BEST OF MAXIM
RELATED ARTICLES

The Vikings Adrian Peterson is superhuman, but is he the MVP? A look at the MVP candidates.

The Vikings were supposed to be terrible this season with AP's return in question.  No one told AP he wasn't supposed to be any good this season. We've entered the second half of the season and talk of league MVP will start heating up. Here is a look at my MVP candidates by position: Quarterback: Payton Manning - Manning not only switched teams but came back...

Standing up for Guy, Kluwe rips HOF voters

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Chris Kluwe is out supporting another cause, but this one hits a bit closer to home for the outspoken Minnesota Vikings punter. Kluwe has written an open letter to the Pro Football Hall of Fame Selection Committee, which was posted on Deadspin.com, and admonished voters for continually ignoring former Raiders punter Ray Guy, considered by many the best-ever...

Spielman's drafts have built Vikings' backbone

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Minnesota Vikings general manager Rick Spielman doesn't travel as much for in-season college visits as he has in the past, having turned over some of those responsibilities to assistant general manager George Paton. Spielman has made a few changes to his schedule in the 10-plus months since he was given the position of general manager. One of those was cutting...

Adrian Peterson accidentally slaps boy in the face (Video)

During last week victory over the Detroit Lions, Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson scored a rushing touchdown and decided to celebrate with the fans at the Mall of America Field. Peterson went over to a young boy with his jersey on near the end zone barrier and attempted to high five him. Watch as Petserson missed the boy's hand and hits him in the face on...

Donovan McNabb Would Still Like To Play Poorly For Your Team

A bunch of starting quarterbacks were injured in Week 10, meaning this coming weekend is going to be littered with unprepared rookies and substandard retreads as starters for a slew of NFL teams. It’ll be amusing at first and then just mostly depressing. One of the people who is sad to not be one of those retreads is Donovan McNabb. This ****** tweet comes from a recently created...

Peterson wins weekly rushing award

Vikings RB Adrian Peterson was honored with the FedEx Ground Player of the Week, sending a $2,000 donation to the Minneapolis Junior Achievement cause.

Sunday slant: Vikings’ stars a determined duo

The Vikings have two ultra-productive stars on the field with Adrian Peterson and Percy Harvin, but both showed determination and toughness to get where they are.

Two Vikings fined for hits against Lions

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Several Detroit Lions were upset about what they felt were cheap shots in last week's game against the Vikings, and the NFL apparently agreed, fining Minnesota linebacker Jasper Brinkley and safety Mistral Raymond this week. Brinkley was fined 21,000 and Raymond 7,875 for hits that came three plays apart during Minnesota's 34-24 win. The Lions were also...

Vikings likely to pursue reasonable PSLs

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- A top state official overseeing the new Minnesota Vikings stadium said Friday she expects personal seat licenses to be priced in line with fees charged at the Twins' Target Field and the University of Minnesota's TCF Bank Stadium -- if the team pursues the fees to help pay its share of the 975 million construction cost. The Minnesota Sports Facilities...
All Sports News
Delivered to your inbox
You'll also receive Yardbarker's daily Top 10, featuring the best sports stories from around the web. Customize your newsletter to get articles on your favorite sports and teams. And the best part? It's free!

Today's Best Stuff
For Bloggers

Join the Yardbarker Network for more promotion, traffic, and money.

Company Info
Help
What is Yardbarker?

Yardbarker is the largest network of sports blogs and pro athlete blogs on the web. This site is the hub of the Yardbarker Network, where our editors and algorithms curate the best sports content from our network and beyond.