Found October 25, 2011 on Cold Hard Football Facts:
Scott Kacsmar channels his inner Rod Serling to serve man the gory details of the Tebow Zone, where Philip Rivers poses as Donovan McNabb in the two-minute drill, and the Packers ponder a rookie scare to make anti-comeback history.....

Sad turn of events for McNabb

Here in Philadelphia, we remember the hard-working Donovan McNabb who always had that smile on his face. Yes, there were some rough times as well, but Donovan truly was an elite player while wearing Eagle green. Fast forward 2 seasons. He has been benched twice, and a report from Michael Lombardi of NFL Network even suggests he may have lost his work ethic. Here is some of what...

McNabb denies report of shoddy work habits

Minnesota Vikings quarterback Donovan McNabb denied a report that he lost his starting job because he was arriving late for meetings and practice. McNabb termed a report by "crazy" for saying he had reached a point in his career that he does not want to put in the preparation time to be successful. Acquired in an offseason trade with Washington, McNabb started...

Vikings QB Donovan McNabb Showed Up Late To Meetings, Not Willing To Put In Time

The Vikings front office had a plan once the awful 2010 season ended -- they wanted to draft a quarterback for the future and sign a veteran quarterback so the rookie could learn from the sidelines. The Vikings believed they could be a playoff team because they had the right pieces in place but six weeks into the season, the Vikings have taken a 1-5 uppercut to the jaw and now their...

After benching, Vikings' McNabb insists: 'I'm not a distraction'

Things got ugly last season in Washington when Mike Shanahan benched QB Donovan McNabb. Now the veteran's been demoted in Minnesota, and while he's not happy, he says he's not a distraction.

McNabb's career defined by what he didn't do

Donovan McNabb stood alone on the sideline Sunday, hands on his hips, a headset in his ear. For the second year in a row, one of the most talented quarterbacks in a generation again was a backup, this time replaced by an unproven rookie for the punchless Minnesota Vikings. Replacing McNabb was Christian Ponder, representing all the talent and potential that, 13 years ago, McNabb...

Leslie Frazier: Reports of Donovan McNabb Being Lazy Are ‘Ridiculous’

Although Donovan McNabb is only two years removed from the Philadelphia Eagles organization, it seems like a lifetime has passed since he was an effective NFL quarterback. McNabb’s fall from grace has been rapid, and as we all know his short stay with the Redskins went horribly to say the least.  At this point, there [...]

Uncharacteristic play suggests something's not right with Rivers

Many believed Philip Rivers would have a historic season, but so far he has more picks than touchdowns and hasn't looked himself. Jason La Canfora shares his theory on what's plaguing the Chargers QB.

Goal Line Stand: NFL's Biggest Disappointment

Chargers QB Philip Rivers and Titans RB Chris Johnson are not meeting expectations, not by a long shot. But which player is the bigger bust? Joe Fell and Lucas Karr debate in this edition of Goal Line Stand.

Donovan McNabb not happy about benching, but accepts new role

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Revis picks right time for INT — again

With just over 11 minutes remaining yesterday, Philip Rivers fired a pass to Vincent Jackson, and Antonio Cromartie broke it up. “It bounced off Vincent,” Cromartie said. “I was able to get a piece of it, but not all of it.” Darrelle Revis got the rest of it. Revis grabbed...

EaglesFanCast 119 - BYE Week Break

So we once again come across the Eagles BYE week, unofficially the mid-point of the Eagles season, despite only being six games in so far.  This is where, historically, fans and analysts (and hopefully coaches) assess the team, what has gone well, what has gone wrong and where things are going. We are no different, and as has been tradition, we invited our friend Jason Brewer...
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