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Three things define quarterbacks careers in the NFL wins loses and super bowls The great ones generally have super bowl rings and have etched their name in history forever But even the great ones eventually lose their touch towards the end of their careers Joe Montana considered by some ie Mr Bellace the greatest quarterback in NFL history was traded by the San Francisco 49ers after winning 4 Super Bowls for replacement Steve Young It is amazing that after giving so much and doing so much for the organization and one day he wasnt good enough This has become a recurring theme from Montana to Bledsoe and now to McNabb Donovan McNabb the 2nd pick in the 1999 draft who had great success in Philadelphia for 10 years but never won the Super Bowl has recently been cut by the Minnesota Vikings in what seems to be the end of his career His rise began in Philly but his fall also began in Philly Donavan McNabbs NFL career has become a tragic saga as a result of his Glory Days in Philly TO in Philly and the trips to Washington and MinnesotaDonovan McNabb enjoyed his most success in Philadelphia as an Eagle winning 99 games playing in 6 Pro Bowls going to five NFC championships and going to one Super Bowl McNabb was the second pick in the 1999 NFL draft by the Philadelphia Eagles who hadnt been on a deep playoff runsince the early 80s His first year under center in Philly the Eagles finished 5-11 however McNabb given the starting job five weeks into the season showed promise for the future of the franchise In the very next season McNabb led the Eagles to an 11-5 record and their first playoff appearance in five seasons The Eagles led by McNabbs star play also won their first playoff game in 8 years
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