Kevin Kolb’s First Impression Spells Bad Things for Donovan McNabb’s Future


Published: September 23, 2009

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... one of the best quarterbacks of the past 10 years.

However, with another injury setback in his recently injury-riddled career, and with the under-appreciated performance young backup Kevin Kolb put up in his debut as a starter, McNabb could be more worried then ever.

Again, let me say that McNabb has been one of the best quarterbacks on the decade and to me is a sure-fire Hall of Famer. He’s been in the NFC title game four times and the Super Bowl once and is the least intercepted quarterback of all time (4,300-plus attempts, under 100 interceptions).

He has been super productive and in my opinion is still a top 10, top eight quarterback in the league.

However, to make the point again, he is a 32-year-old quarterback with a recent injury history and has a second round budding quarterback behind him ready to explode. Kolb is only 25 and has been waiting in the wings similarly to Aaron Rodgers.

If Rodgers is any indicator, we could expect a ...

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