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battleaxe4cheese
10-06-2011, 07:19 PM
Will McNabb have a break out game this Sunday, or will he put up another mediocre performance? Secondly, if not this Sunday will he put it together before he gets yanked at the bye week (just my hunch, nothing scientific) if his play doesn't improve?

What do you think fellas? This is not a pro or con Donny thread, just a general prediction for fun thread.

Gift2
10-06-2011, 09:47 PM
I think we are in for mediocre from the entire team minus the few stars we have. I think we've seen what McNabb can do, he is not to blame but he also can't pull us out of the muck, no one on this roster can. Ponder will be tor apart if we rush him in there, maybe Webb can offer a change of pace that would give people a little hope. I wish this wasn't the case but I believe it is.

Traveling_Vike
10-06-2011, 09:48 PM
I'm not sure if this will be the week, but he will have a good game somewhere down the line, and people will rejoice... for a week.

Then it will be back to more of the same, and he'll be cursed even more loudly for raising false hopes.

Gift2
10-06-2011, 09:53 PM
and he'll be cursed even more loudly for raising false hopes.I can already hear it. It always saddens me when great players who have had great careers end this way. RE: Warren Moon

i_bleed_purple
10-06-2011, 10:03 PM
There's nothing wrong with mediocre from him. But mediocre is better than he's been doing.

You were all content with Mediocre from TJ. You loved the mediocre game Webb gave us.

Behind our line, throwing to our receivers, Mediocre should be our highest expectation.

I'm hoping that given time, he'll adjust to our receivers, and they'll get in sync. I said he gets 3 weeks before the chiefs game until I call for Poner, I stand by that. he has two more games to start playing effective ball. We don't need 300 yard 4 TD games, 190, 1td is fine so long as we can get a win.

Think back to the first few weeks Favre was here. Under 200 yards both times, 1 td a game, but our run game and D could finish up for us. We didn't need alot from the QB, and we got the win. If we do that, I'm happy. If he stinks, and we give up on the run again, I'm not happy.

Purple Floyd
10-06-2011, 10:31 PM
What we need he no longer has. The sooner the coaches accept this reality the sooner the team can start looking to the future.

battleaxe4cheese
10-07-2011, 08:27 AM
I'm kind of torn...on one hand I want him to succeed because he seems like a genuinely nice guy. On the other hand he has fallen rapidly in the last 3 years and has shown me nothing to make me think he's going to miraculously pull out of the dive.

I still think he plays going into the bye week, and that will be the last of Donny if poor play continues until then.

singersp
10-07-2011, 05:43 PM
Will Donny Redeem Himself

YES!

He now finally admits he couldn't have done it without Marie

Purple Floyd
10-07-2011, 05:48 PM
I'm not sure if this will be the week, but he will have a good game somewhere down the line, and people will rejoice... for a week.

Then it will be back to more of the same, and he'll be cursed even more loudly for raising false hopes.

This ^^^^^^

Zeus
10-07-2011, 08:29 PM
What we need he no longer has. The sooner the coaches accept this reality the sooner the team can start looking to the future.

Continuing to play for him IS looking to the future.

LUCK, LUCK, LUCK!

=Z=

skum
10-07-2011, 11:11 PM
He will have another average game, but who knows? with a defensive touchdown or two we might win.

Gift
10-08-2011, 12:40 AM
I can already hear it. It always saddens me when great players who have had great careers end this way. RE: Warren Moonyou sir, are an idiot & I hope you never come back to this forum.

singersp
10-09-2011, 09:26 AM
Why McNabb shouldn’t be starting anymore

McNabb, who's now in his 13th NFL season, is far past his prime. The Vikings knew that when they traded two sixth-round picks for him. I don't, however, think that they were expecting his on-field performances to be so subpar, even at this point in his career.

Why Vikings (http://sports.yahoo.com/top/news?slug=ycn-10160213)

Purple Floyd
10-09-2011, 11:01 AM
Why McNabb shouldn’t be starting anymore

McNabb, who's now in his 13th NFL season, is far past his prime. The Vikings knew that when they traded two sixth-round picks for him. I don't, however, think that they were expecting his on-field performances to be so subpar, even at this point in his career.

Why Vikings (http://sports.yahoo.com/top/news?slug=ycn-10160213)

Really?

Then they should be fired because even rubes could see it.

battleaxe4cheese
10-09-2011, 01:49 PM
Donny and his fricken wormburner throws! :clap:

Purple Floyd
10-09-2011, 05:24 PM
Boy did he ever miss a wide open Harvin right by the end zone when he threw that terrible pass to (shank?).

That would have been a perfect play.

Purple Floyd
10-09-2011, 06:45 PM
QB stats so far according to NFL .Com.:




24
Andy Dalton (http://www.nfl.com/players/andydalton/profile?id=DAL659900)
CIN (http://www.nfl.com/teams/cincinnatibengals/profile?team=CIN)
QB
72
124
58.1
31.0
868
7.0
217.0
4
4
40
32.3
84
12
3
8
76.9


24
Chad Henne (http://www.nfl.com/players/chadhenne/profile?id=HEN507580)
MIA (http://www.nfl.com/teams/miamidolphins/profile?team=MIA)
QB
64
112
57.1
28.0
868
7.8
217.0
4
4
41
36.6
41
16
1
11
79.0


26
Sam Bradford (http://www.nfl.com/players/sambradford/profile?id=BRA101548)
STL (http://www.nfl.com/teams/st.louisrams/profile?team=STL)
QB
75
151
49.7
37.8
849
5.6
212.2
3
1
47
31.1
68
8
1
18
70.8


27
Tarvaris Jackson (http://www.nfl.com/players/tarvarisjackson/profile?id=JAC566507)
SEA (http://www.nfl.com/teams/seattleseahawks/profile?team=SEA)
QB
84
135
62.2
33.8
846
6.3
211.5
5
4
38
28.1
55T
9
2
14
80.0


28
Alex Smith (http://www.nfl.com/players/alexsmith/profile?id=SMI031126)
SF (http://www.nfl.com/teams/sanfrancisco49ers/profile?team=SF)
QB
72
107
67.3
26.8
795
7.4
198.8
4
1
34
31.8
44
12
1
14
97.7


29
Matt Cassel (http://www.nfl.com/players/mattcassel/profile?id=CAS541133)
KC (http://www.nfl.com/teams/kansascitychiefs/profile?team=KC)
QB
72
111
64.9
27.8
688
6.2
172.0
4
5
32
28.8
52T
10
4
8
75.2


30
Donovan McNabb (http://www.nfl.com/players/donovanmcnabb/profile?id=MCN017517)
MIN (http://www.nfl.com/teams/minnesotavikings/profile?team=MIN)
QB
65
111
58.6
27.8
680
6.1
170.0
4
2
37
33.3
42
10
2
10
80.9


31
Kerry Collins (http://www.nfl.com/players/kerrycollins/profile?id=COL620367)
IND (http://www.nfl.com/teams/indianapoliscolts/profile?team=IND)
QB
48
98
49.0
32.7
481
4.9
160.3
2
1
29
29.6
36
5
0
5
65.9


32
Blaine Gabbert (http://www.nfl.com/players/blainegabbert/profile?id=GAB221145)
JAC (http://www.nfl.com/teams/jacksonvillejaguars/profile?team=JAC)
QB
33
69
47.8
23.0
387
5.6
129.0
2
2
14
20.3
47
3
1
6
62.9




He is rated only higher than Gabbert and Collins. Ouch.....

singersp
10-09-2011, 07:05 PM
The answer would be no.

A better game, perhaps. Redemption, no.

digital420
10-10-2011, 04:59 AM
without the fact that there was no real offseason to make those crucial things like.
1. understanding between QB/WR's
2. game planning toward our strengths with McFlab.. (though any rube could do this.. 28 all day.. mixed with PH, VS, and Jenkins)

any qb woulda been benched.. passed over and the #2 starting.. or total rework of the O..
but... we hear.. it's almost there.. just needs to sync.. it's 1 play away..
does all this ride on Mcflab.. personally i don't think so.. but.. a large chunk does sit on his shoulders.

I can't say i've followed him as close as many have.. during his time in phil i never really cared to review his stats.. now.. as anyone who watches NFL games you couldn't miss the fact he has had success.. and has lead some very productive seasons.. but i don't this is going to be one of those.

it goes back to the saying when #4 was here.. just manage the offence and don't worry about holding the future of the team on your shoulders.. our wr's except for PH really arn't NFL starters.. TE is solid.. and RB is a gift 2 any QB..

so why can't McFlab.. do what a solid qb should do?
read the D..
there's many examples of this.. open wr's when he tosses it into traffic..
make accurate throws...
high.. low.. into the ground.. even TJ was able to make the basic throws.
Keep pocket presence..
this is one of the aspects i have to give him.. i havn't seen panic in the pocket.. some plays he kept alive.. some he worked around.. but... this should be a given..
Get out of AP's way...
in 2 different games (i can't review games much as.. well.. no dvr.. ) he's still handing off on the wrong side.. or.. standing in the lane AP is moving..

i've lost hope that McFlab will rise to the requirements for this team to make a playoff run.. or even say a winning season.. as much as i'd like to see us march into the rest of the season and go 12-4.. is it worth building up expectations.. and then watch as McFlab just dashes them all with subpar performances.. hurting the team more then lifting it?

what will be the popular vote when the vikes reach 2-8.. will it be ponder or webb.
i hope i eat a ton of crow on this.. but i'd rather bench him now.. and work between webb and ponder.. even though my dad says... you can't build an offence then toss it away because it doesn't start as you wished it too.. well.. McFlabb.. you got a long way to redemption...

DiGiTaL

Caine
10-10-2011, 06:06 AM
Will McNabb have a break out game this Sunday, or will he put up another mediocre performance? Secondly, if not this Sunday will he put it together before he gets yanked at the bye week (just my hunch, nothing scientific) if his play doesn't improve?

What do you think fellas? This is not a pro or con Donny thread, just a general prediction for fun thread.

I think we've seen from McNabb what we're going to see from him. Barring a HUGE upgrade in the receiver corps (Something Frazier doesn't think we need), McNabb won't remarkably improve.

Of course, his inability to accurately target a receiver would likely render even a significant upgrade moot.

So, again, no. We won't see McNabb improve a great deal.

Caine

Purple Floyd
10-10-2011, 06:52 AM
I think we've seen from McNabb what we're going to see from him. Barring a HUGE upgrade in the receiver corps (Something Frazier doesn't think we need), McNabb won't remarkably improve.

Of course, his inability to accurately target a receiver would likely render even a significant upgrade moot.

So, again, no. We won't see McNabb improve a great deal.

Caine

I think that most of the people on here are failing to take into account how he got to the numbers he did in Philly and how this team compares to that one.

If you watched his career at all you will realize that his higer than average completion percentage and his lower than average INT number stem from the fact that he had Westbrook for the majority of his successful years and that was a very effective safety blanket for him because he always had a reliable target that was close to the LOS. Those years together from 2002 to 2009 were the years he had the lowest numbers of INT's and his QB rating had it's best span.




PASSING



Year
Team
G
Att
Comp
Pct
Att/G
Yds
Avg
Yds/G
TD
TD%
Int
Int%
Lng
20+
40+
Sck
SckY
Rate


2011
Minnesota Vikings (http://www.nfl.com/teams/minnesotavikings/profile?team=MIN)
5
132
75
56.8
26.4
849
6.4
169.8
4
3.0
2
1.5
60
13
3
11
70
80.0





2010
Washington Redskins (http://www.nfl.com/teams/washingtonredskins/profile?team=WAS)
13
472
275
58.3
36.3
3,377
7.2
259.8
14
3.0
15
3.2
76
41
11
37
271
77.1





2009
Philadelphia Eagles (http://www.nfl.com/teams/philadelphiaeagles/profile?team=PHI)
14
443
267
60.3
31.6
3,553
8.0
253.8
22
5.0
10
2.3
60T
55
17
35
264
92.9





2008
Philadelphia Eagles (http://www.nfl.com/teams/philadelphiaeagles/profile?team=PHI)
16
571
345
60.4
35.7
3,916
6.9
244.8
23
4.0
11
1.9
90T
52
11
23
149
86.4





2007
Philadelphia Eagles (http://www.nfl.com/teams/philadelphiaeagles/profile?team=PHI)
14
473
291
61.5
33.8
3,324
7.0
237.4
19
4.0
7
1.5
75T
35
10
44
227
89.9





2006
Philadelphia Eagles (http://www.nfl.com/teams/philadelphiaeagles/profile?team=PHI)
10
316
180
57.0
31.6
2,647
8.4
264.7
18
5.7
6
1.9
87T
44
14
21
140
95.5





2005
Philadelphia Eagles (http://www.nfl.com/teams/philadelphiaeagles/profile?team=PHI)
9
357
211
59.1
39.7
2,507
7.0
278.6
16
4.5
9
2.5
91T
27
6
19
112
85.0





2004
Philadelphia Eagles (http://www.nfl.com/teams/philadelphiaeagles/profile?team=PHI)
15
469
300
64.0
31.3
3,875
8.3
258.3
31
6.6
8
1.7
80
50
20
32
192
104.7





2003
Philadelphia Eagles (http://www.nfl.com/teams/philadelphiaeagles/profile?team=PHI)
16
478
275
57.5
29.9
3,216
6.7
201.0
16
3.3
11
2.3
59
44
9
43
253
79.6





2002
Philadelphia Eagles (http://www.nfl.com/teams/philadelphiaeagles/profile?team=PHI)
10
361
211
58.4
36.1
2,289
6.3
228.9
17
4.7
6
1.7
59T
27
3
28
166
86.0





2001
Philadelphia Eagles (http://www.nfl.com/teams/philadelphiaeagles/profile?team=PHI)
16
493
285
57.8
30.8
3,233
6.6
202.1
25
5.1
12
2.4
64T
44
9
39
273
84.3





2000
Philadelphia Eagles (http://www.nfl.com/teams/philadelphiaeagles/profile?team=PHI)
16
569
330
58.0
35.6
3,365
5.9
210.3
21
3.7
13
2.3
70T
45
5
45
262
77.8





1999
Philadelphia Eagles (http://www.nfl.com/teams/philadelphiaeagles/profile?team=PHI)
12
216
106
49.1
18.0
948
4.4
79.0
8
3.7
7
3.2
63T
7
1
28
204
60.1





TOTAL
166
5,350
3,151
58.9
32.2
37,099
6.9
223.5
234
4.4
117
2.2
91
484
119
405
2,583
85.5






My reason for bringing that up is that the screen pass and the dump offs in the flat are higher % plays where accuracy is less of an issue than mid to deep balls and it also is a pass that is less likely to be INT than long or intermediate passes.

If we had say Chester Taylor in his 2006 form on the team I feel McChunky would be better in the offense and for sure more comfortable. But AP is a different type of back and doesn't really give hi that outlet that made him a top QB in Philly.

singersp
10-10-2011, 06:55 AM
without the fact that there was no real offseason to make those crucial things like.

any qb woulda been benched.. passed over and the #2 starting.. or total rework of the O..

Not true. We continued to ride Favre after a 1-3 start all the way to a 3-10 record, before making a change last year & then it was only due to injury.

The only QB the Vikings benched due to a poor start in recent history was Jackson back in '08. Before that we didn't bench an 0-4 Culpepper in '02 or 1-3 Culpepper in '01.

I think for Vikings fans we need to go back to 1961 when Tark replaced a 1-2 Shaw for poor play.

singersp
10-10-2011, 06:59 AM
I think that most of the people on here are failing to take into account how he got to the numbers he did in Philly and how this team compares to that one.

If you watched his career at all you will realize that his higer than average completion percentage and his lower than average INT number stem from the fact that he had Westbrook for the majority of his successful years and that was a very effective safety blanket for him because he always had a reliable target that was close to the LOS. Those years together from 2002 to 2009 were the years he had the lowest numbers of INT's and his QB rating had it's best span.




PASSING



Year
Team
G
Att
Comp
Pct
Att/G
Yds
Avg
Yds/G
TD
TD%
Int
Int%
Lng
20+
40+
Sck
SckY
Rate


2011
Minnesota Vikings (http://www.nfl.com/teams/minnesotavikings/profile?team=MIN)
5
132
75
56.8
26.4
849
6.4
169.8
4
3.0
2
1.5
60
13
3
11
70
80.0





2010
Washington Redskins (http://www.nfl.com/teams/washingtonredskins/profile?team=WAS)
13
472
275
58.3
36.3
3,377
7.2
259.8
14
3.0
15
3.2
76
41
11
37
271
77.1





2009
Philadelphia Eagles (http://www.nfl.com/teams/philadelphiaeagles/profile?team=PHI)
14
443
267
60.3
31.6
3,553
8.0
253.8
22
5.0
10
2.3
60T
55
17
35
264
92.9





2008
Philadelphia Eagles (http://www.nfl.com/teams/philadelphiaeagles/profile?team=PHI)
16
571
345
60.4
35.7
3,916
6.9
244.8
23
4.0
11
1.9
90T
52
11
23
149
86.4





2007
Philadelphia Eagles (http://www.nfl.com/teams/philadelphiaeagles/profile?team=PHI)
14
473
291
61.5
33.8
3,324
7.0
237.4
19
4.0
7
1.5
75T
35
10
44
227
89.9





2006
Philadelphia Eagles (http://www.nfl.com/teams/philadelphiaeagles/profile?team=PHI)
10
316
180
57.0
31.6
2,647
8.4
264.7
18
5.7
6
1.9
87T
44
14
21
140
95.5





2005
Philadelphia Eagles (http://www.nfl.com/teams/philadelphiaeagles/profile?team=PHI)
9
357
211
59.1
39.7
2,507
7.0
278.6
16
4.5
9
2.5
91T
27
6
19
112
85.0





2004
Philadelphia Eagles (http://www.nfl.com/teams/philadelphiaeagles/profile?team=PHI)
15
469
300
64.0
31.3
3,875
8.3
258.3
31
6.6
8
1.7
80
50
20
32
192
104.7





2003
Philadelphia Eagles (http://www.nfl.com/teams/philadelphiaeagles/profile?team=PHI)
16
478
275
57.5
29.9
3,216
6.7
201.0
16
3.3
11
2.3
59
44
9
43
253
79.6





2002
Philadelphia Eagles (http://www.nfl.com/teams/philadelphiaeagles/profile?team=PHI)
10
361
211
58.4
36.1
2,289
6.3
228.9
17
4.7
6
1.7
59T
27
3
28
166
86.0





2001
Philadelphia Eagles (http://www.nfl.com/teams/philadelphiaeagles/profile?team=PHI)
16
493
285
57.8
30.8
3,233
6.6
202.1
25
5.1
12
2.4
64T
44
9
39
273
84.3





2000
Philadelphia Eagles (http://www.nfl.com/teams/philadelphiaeagles/profile?team=PHI)
16
569
330
58.0
35.6
3,365
5.9
210.3
21
3.7
13
2.3
70T
45
5
45
262
77.8





1999
Philadelphia Eagles (http://www.nfl.com/teams/philadelphiaeagles/profile?team=PHI)
12
216
106
49.1
18.0
948
4.4
79.0
8
3.7
7
3.2
63T
7
1
28
204
60.1





TOTAL
166
5,350
3,151
58.9
32.2
37,099
6.9
223.5
234
4.4
117
2.2
91
484
119
405
2,583
85.5






My reason for bringing that up is that the screen pass and the dump offs in the flat are higher % plays where accuracy is less of an issue than mid to deep balls and it also is a pass that is less likely to be INT than long or intermediate passes.

If we had say Chester Taylor in his 2006 form on the team I feel McChunky would be better in the offense and for sure more comfortable. But AP is a different type of back and doesn't really give hi that outlet that made him a top QB in Philly.


It's also because McNabb had "legs" back in those days & could run for yards or buy some time.

Purple Floyd
10-10-2011, 07:34 AM
Running for yards did nothing to his passing numbers. It just gave him more rushing yards. Scrambling maybe but he still hasn't lost so much of that in the past 2 years as to skew his stats from what they were when he had Westbrook.

singersp
10-10-2011, 07:44 AM
Running for yards did nothing to his passing numbers. It just gave him more rushing yards. Scrambling maybe but he still hasn't lost so much of that in the past 2 years as to skew his stats from what they were when he had Westbrook.

Sure it did.

Every time he ran for a 1st down, he got yet another fresh set of downs to pass in.

Purple Floyd
10-10-2011, 08:51 AM
So he got a 1st down every time he ran the ball? He never lost yards scrambling that led to a punt rather than throwing the ball for a first down?

singersp
10-10-2011, 09:01 AM
So he got a 1st down every time he ran the ball? He never lost yards scrambling that led to a punt rather than throwing the ball for a first down?

I'm not saying he got a 1st down every time he ran the ball. I'm saying when he did, it gave him a fresh set of downs.

Purple Floyd
10-10-2011, 09:09 AM
I'm not saying he got a 1st down every time he ran the ball. I'm saying when he did, it gave him a fresh set of downs.

You are just throwing flyshit into the pepper. Nothing you provided means squat to the point I was making and you have no way of supporting it with anything factual so in the end it was better left unsaid.

I stand by my statement that he is less effective without a pass catching RB that can give him a short range target.

battleaxe4cheese
10-10-2011, 10:11 AM
On a positive note with Donny, he is fairly good at not throwing picks. His play is very conservative at times maybe to a fault. I think that's part of the reason he never won the big one in Philly, he doesn't have that killer instinct/ take a big chance and throw it deep into double coverage as an example. He is more of a manager and not a defense punisher.

One other thing, is it just me or does Donny not make any adjustments at the line? I have never seen him change the play based on coverage yet this year. It's like watching T-Jack in the sense he never adjusted protection or changed the play based on the D's look. Maybe he does and I just haven't noticed.

Purple Floyd
10-10-2011, 10:25 AM
The onlybplay that I know for sure he changed at the line was the first play of the season where he audible out of avrun to a pass and threw the pick six.

Mr Anderson
10-10-2011, 11:04 AM
You are just throwing flyshit into the pepper. Nothing you provided means squat to the point I was making and you have no way of supporting it with anything factual so in the end it was better left unsaid.

I stand by my statement that he is less effective without a pass catching RB that can give him a short range target.
I think athleticism is a factor. Those legs helped him extend plays and avoid the pass rush. The most useful tool to help bad receivers to get open is time.

Unfortunately his loss of athleticism didn't lead to a refinement in the rest of his game. He's the same QB he was 10 years ago minus the athletic ability.

As far as the Westbrook safety blanket goes, you're absolutely right. A back like him would increase McNabb's production due to the high percentage throws(which I recall McNabb missing too frequently as well). I think Booker looked good yesterday, and I wouldn't mind seeing him and Peterson on the field together on third downs.

Purple Floyd
10-10-2011, 11:35 AM
I think athleticism is a factor. Those legs helped him extend plays and avoid the pass rush. The most useful tool to help bad receivers to get open is time.

Unfortunately his loss of athleticism didn't lead to a refinement in the rest of his game. He's the same QB he was 10 years ago minus the athletic ability.

As far as the Westbrook safety blanket goes, you're absolutely right. A back like him would increase McNabb's production due to the high percentage throws(which I recall McNabb missing too frequently as well). I think Booker looked good yesterday, and I wouldn't mind seeing him and Peterson on the field together on third downs.

Yeah but we are talking about two years time separating his time with Westbrook in Philly and his time here and now with the them. I don't believe his running skills have diminished in 2 years to the point they have made the dramatic reduction in his numbers. That difference is that safety valve that he didn't have in Washington and doesn't have here.

Mr Anderson
10-10-2011, 11:52 AM
Yeah but we are talking about two years time separating his time with Westbrook in Philly and his time here and now with the them. I don't believe his running skills have diminished in 2 years to the point they have made the dramatic reduction in his numbers. That difference is that safety valve that he didn't have in Washington and doesn't have here.
They're separate issues, no?

The fact that he has neither with this team is the problem. If he had one or the other, he'd be more successful.

Purple Floyd
10-10-2011, 03:07 PM
This just in.........

NFL experiencing record run of 400-yard passing games | ProFootballTalk (http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2011/10/10/nfl-experiencing-record-run-of-400-yard-passing-games/)


NFL experiencing record run of 400-yard passing games


There were thirteen 400-yard games in 1986 and in 2004, and eleven in 2010. The 2011 season could break the all-time record by next Sunday.
Yes, that’s right. There’s a real chance that by Week Six of 2011, we’ll have seen more 400-yard passing days in one season than we had ever seen in any one season in NFL history.



While in 5 full games:



PASSING STATISTICS


Player
Att
Comp
Yds
Comp %
Yds/Att
TD
TD %
INT
INT %
Long
Sck
Sack/Lost
Rating


Donovan McNabb (http://www.nfl.com/players/donovanmcnabb/profile?id=MCN017517)
132
75
849
56.8
6.4
4
3.0
2
1.5
60
11
70
80.0

battleaxe4cheese
10-10-2011, 03:20 PM
This just in.........

NFL experiencing record run of 400-yard passing games | ProFootballTalk (http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2011/10/10/nfl-experiencing-record-run-of-400-yard-passing-games/)



NFL experiencing record run of 400-yard passing games



While in 5 full games:



PASSING STATISTICS


Player
Att
Comp
Yds
Comp %
Yds/Att
TD
TD %
INT
INT %
Long
Sck
Sack/Lost
Rating


Donovan McNabb (http://www.nfl.com/players/donovanmcnabb/profile?id=MCN017517)
132
75
849
56.8
6.4
4
3.0
2
1.5
60
11
70
80.0






So you're saying Donny is not good? They should come up with a stat for most night crawlers killed in a single season. All hail Donny. :bow:

Purple Floyd
10-10-2011, 03:35 PM
So you're saying Donny is not good? They should come up with a stat for most night crawlers killed in a single season. All hail Donny. :bow:

LOL. He can always get a job as a soil aerator.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3lYm0c7gYyU&feature=related

marshallvike
10-10-2011, 04:30 PM
So you're saying Donny is not good? They should come up with a stat for most night crawlers killed in a single season. All hail Donny. :bow:


Best line of the season so far!:rofl:

singersp
10-10-2011, 07:05 PM
They're separate issues, no?

The fact that he has neither with this team is the problem. If he had one or the other, he'd be more successful.

McNabb would still miss the target. He couldn't even complete a pass down the line of scrimmage.

Mr Anderson
10-10-2011, 09:46 PM
McNabb would still miss the target. He couldn't even complete a pass down the line of scrimmage.

Yep.



As far as the Westbrook safety blanket goes, you're absolutely right. A back like him would increase McNabb's production due to the high percentage throws(which I recall McNabb missing too frequently as well).

battleaxe4cheese
10-14-2011, 12:54 PM
Well, I don't think Donny is going to have a breakout game against the Bores. According to him his mechanics are fine and he just needs to make the throws. Well...waiting for you to make the throws there Donny McOnehopper. Not only that, but according to Berrian, he's been open all year so just throw it to him on every play and away we go...that is if he's always open.