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THE QUESTION

What does Donovan bring to DC?

With Donovan McNabb headed to the Washington Redskins, what should be expected from him and his new team?

Posted by Matt Brooks on April 2, 2010 12:00 AM
FROM THE PANEL

Business as usual

Donovan McNabb leaving the Eagles for D.C. could shake up the NFC East, but all in all, it's just business as usual for both NFL franchises.

Posted by Dave Goldberg, on April 5, 2010 9:37 AM

FedEx-glue factory

It remains to be seen if this will go down as the worst move in Eagles' history or the smartest in Daniel Snyder's.

Posted by Emil Steiner, on April 4, 2010 9:32 PM

Will McNabb fit in DC?

What do you think of the Redskins trading for Donovan McNabb?

Posted by Reader Poll, on April 4, 2010 9:25 PM

Realistic expectations

Outside of Philadelphia, Donovan McNabb still has the ability to be productive with a fresh start on a team in need of a steady winner.

Posted by Sean McCann, on April 2, 2010 12:12 PM

He deserves better

The Eagles would be wise to see what they have in Kevin Kolb, but for all Donovan McNabb has given Philadelphia, he deserves better than Oakland.

Posted by Dave Goldberg, on April 2, 2010 12:00 AM

The final piece

Donovan McNabb has plenty left in the tank, which makes him the perfect quarterback to push a borderline team into the playoffs. Think Brett Favre 2.0.

Posted by Jason Brewer, on April 2, 2010 12:00 AM

Could McNabb turn around a struggling franchise?

At this stage of his career, could Donovan McNabb turn around a struggling franchise?

Posted by Reader Poll, on April 2, 2010 12:00 AM

FEATURED COMMENTS

rmattocks: Going to Oakland would be good for McNabb. The Raiders have three good backs, backs who are better than what the Eagles currently have. Ha...

DWinReston: I guess we are about to find out if Donovan can help turn around a struggling franchise. I'm an Eagle fan living in DC area. Donovan stilk...

ozpunk: JC is somewhere doing the happy dance, because now he can get the hell outta there!...

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