Football at Four: Is Donovan McNabb a Hall of Famer
Donovan McNabb has certainly had a interesting relationship with Eagles fans since being selected with the No. 2 overall pick in the 1999 NFL Draft.
Eagles fans wanted Texas running back Ricky Williams, but new coach Andy Reid needed to get his franchise quarterback. In a draft that had many option, three QB's went with the top three picks and five quarterbacks were chosen in the first round, the Eagles landed the best of the bunch. Tim Couch, Akili Smith, Cade McNown and Daunte Culpepper were all taken in the first round, but it was McNabb who was the best of the 1999 class.
McNabb played 11 seasons with the Eagles, leading them to six division titles, five NFC Championship games, and one Super Bowl appearance. He completed 59 percent of his passes for 37,276 yards, 234 touchdowns, and 117 interceptions. McNabb also ran for 29 scores, finishing with a respectable 85.6 QB rating.
“I am a Hall of Famer," McNabb told TMZ. "My numbers speak for themselves, my numbers are better than Troy Aikman.”
So Eagles fans, is Donovan McNabb a Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback?
Today's Football At Four Segment with John McMullen on The Sports Bash, Mike and John McMullen discussed if McNabb deserves to be in the Hall of Fame, and we also take a look at John's list of the top GM's in the NFL.