The Aftermath: Conference Championship Games

So what’s next for Donovan McNabb?
Is the ride over in Philly? Maybe, maybe not but if I were McNabb, I would be looking for the first thing smoking out of Philly. McNabb left it all on the field yesterday and came up short. That’s after putting this team on his back to even get them in the playoffs. Yet, he will be vilified for his NFC Championship record. At some point, the excuses get old and no one agrees with that more than me, but I think McNabb has done all he will be able to do in Philly so it’s time to move on. I know a number of teams that could use his services. *cough, Chicago Bears.

Is there a better receiver than Larry Fitzgerald?
Should I even be asking this? The man is a beast, period. It’s just amazing the catches that he makes and that he somehow ends up open. The Steelers have a great D, but they are going to have their hands full trying to stop him.

When did AFC football become so boring?
Yeah, I know it was two defensive teams slugging it out but geez. I almost fell asleep a couple of times watching that game last night. Let’s just hope for a healthy Tom Brady and an improved Colts team next year.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Yea he is a bear.I didn’t understand why the Eagles kept giving him 1 on 1 coverage.I understand you have to worry about Boldin too,but 3 td’s to one player is crazy.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Why Would McNabb go to the Bears.They have the same WR as the Eagles.Just wouldn’t make sense

  3. When McNabb goes to a team that has pro bowl talent at WR(Dallas) he is going to be the MVP of the NFL.He already showed what he can do when he has a big time WR.

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