Found December 23, 2011 on The Viking Age:
Series: Redskins lead 11-9 Last Meeting(s): When Minnesota beat Washington 17-13 last season, then-interim head coach Leslie Frazier (coaching his first game) should have taken away only one thing: Donovan McNabb has become a very ineffective quarterback. McNabb was 21-35 with a touchdown and an interception, but the Redskins had numerous easy third down-conversions fall to the ground in the second half—to be fair, Santana Moss wasn’t helping McNabb at all. Still, to think that Frazier could watch that game live—from the sideline—then go trade for McNabb nine months later is baffling. … [visit site to read more] We’ve Met Before: Vikings at Redskins - The Viking Age - The Viking Age - A Minnesota Vikings Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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