Donovan McNabb: The Greatest Philadelphia Eagle Quarterback of All Time?


Published: March 11, 2009


... playing football.  Many great players have put on the Philadelphia Eagles jersey: Reggie White, Jerome Brown, Ricky Waters, Wilbur Montgomery, Steve Van Buren, Chuck Bednarik, Brian Dawkins, and Randall Cunningham—just to name a few. 

But who is the Philadelphia Eagles' greatest quarterback of all time?  Some would say Ron Jaworski, others might say Randal Cunningham, but I say Donovan McNabb.

Let's take a look at the three aforementioned QB's body of work:

Ron Jaworski

Ron Jaworski played from 1977-1986 for the Philadelphia Eagles.  His career record with the Birds was 69-67-1.  He had a career completion percentage of 53.3 percent, threw for 26,963 yards, 175 TDs, and 151 INTs with the Eagles. 

His best season was 1980 in which he had 3,529 yards passing, 27 TDs, and 12 INTs.  Those numbers were good enough to land him in his first and only Pro-Bowl.  That...

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