Donovan McNabb is not convinced that the Philadelphia Eagles will breeze their way to the Super Bowl.Here’s what he told Clark Judge of CBS Sports last night:
“Now they bring in a Cullen Jenkins, and we all know he’s a dominant force. They bring in a Nnamdi Asomugha. You have Rodgers-Cromartie, who is the one they don’t mention the most because they have Asante Samuel, too. The problem is: What do you do with Asante Samuel?
“Then, you’ve got to worry about DeSean (Jackson). When he comes back are you going to give DeSean the ball or throw it to (Jeremy) Maclin? Remember, you have to give LeSean McCoy the ball, too. And then at the end you still have to pay Mike Vick. They have more problems than people are looking at.”
So having a bunch offensive weapons and three Pro Bowl cornerbacks are problems now?
McNabb also noted how differently the franchise has operated since he left Philly two years ago.
“You’re seeing Andy (Reid) taking that chance. It’s not just taking that chance on one guy. They’re taking a chance on a bunch of guys. And they’re spending money. That’s amazing,” he said.
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