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    Re:Would you trade a 2 for a 5 and let 4 say goodbye?

    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=5028997&campaign=rss&source=ESPNHeadlines

    A person familiar with trade discussions involving McNabb told The Associated Press the Philadelphia Eagles will only consider a deal for the six-time Pro Bowl quarterback if it includes a pick among the top 42 in next month's NFL draft.

    McNabb, who doesn't retain a no-trade clause but does hold the power to decline contract offers, would prefer the Minnesota Vikings if he were traded, according to a report in The Philadelphia Inquirer, which cited sources close to the situation.

    But the Oakland Raiders, Buffalo Bills and St. Louis Rams are considered to be most interested in McNabb. Each team has two picks in the top 42.

    It's unlikely any of those teams would give up a first-round pick for McNabb. The Rams have the first overall selection, the Raiders pick eighth and the Bills are ninth. In the second round, however, the Rams have the 33rd pick, Raiders are 39th and Bills are 41st.

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    Re:Would you trade a 2 for a 5 and let 4 say goodbye?

    I agree. There is no better QB then Favre for this team right now. Lets have the story book ending for Favre and the Viking on their 50th aniversery.
    Live for the monent and next year we can start the QB thing all over. Skol
    Go ahead back up your to close away.

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    Re:Would you trade a 2 for a 5 and let 4 say goodbye?

    If nothing else, Favre has earned another year in my opinion. And if we're talking durability, Favre's a tank and McNabb is a Kay Car.

    Now, McNabb for 2011... I'm all for it.
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    Re:Would you trade a 2 for a 5 and let 4 say goodbye?

    C Mac D wrote:
    If nothing else, Favre has earned another year in my opinion. And if we're talking durability, Favre's a tank and McNabb is a Kay Car.

    Now, McNabb for 2011... I'm all for it.
    Yup.
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    Re:Would you trade a 2 for a 5 and let 4 say goodbye?

    PackSux! wrote:
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    Tad7 wrote:
    McNabb appparently said Minnesota would be his first choice and in the opinion of some "experts", the only team he's interested in going to. Either for a trade this year or as a free agent in 2011..and I'm sure Philly would rather get something this year than nothing next year.

    It sounds better to me have McNabb for 4 years than Favre for 1 year but I'll take a guess I'm in the minority there.

    Vikings tops on McNabb's trade wish list

    If Donovan McNabb had his say, and he may very well have it, he would prefer to be traded to Minnesota.

    After Andy Reid announced Wednesday that the Eagles were "entertaining offers" for all three of their quarterbacks, McNabb reiterated that he wants to remain in Philadelphia. But if the team were to ship its franchise quarterback elsewhere, the Vikings would be his first choice, according to sources close to the situation.

    There are obstacles to this even remotely happening.
    http://www.philly.com/inquirer/sports/20100326_Vikings_tops_on_McNabb_s_trade_wish_list. html
    Is McNabb To Vikings Possible?

    Will Donovan McNabb have the final say in the Eagles trade saga and wind up in Minnesota?

    That may be a possible outcome, according to NFL analyst Mike Mayock, who had a very candid take on McNabb, the Philadelphia Eagles and all the trade drama surrounding McNabb.

    Mayock was on the NFL Network last night and talked at length about McNabb. Mayock also grew up in West Philadelphia and he compared McNabb to Mike Schmidt as a person Philly fans loved to hate.

    Mayock’s take is that McNabb does not want to sign an extension with any team, including the Philadelphia Eagles, the Rams, the Raiders or the Bills.

    Instead, McNabb wants to go on the open market as a free agent after this upcoming season and replace Brett Favre as the starting quarterback in Minnesota for 2011
    http://www.myfoxphilly.com/dpp/sports/eagles/032610-is-mcnabb-to-vikings-possible
    Excellent reads my friend.

    So, if I'm reading this correctly.......

    The Noodle wanted to get the Noodle to get him to 2011 so that he could eventually plug in the QB our offense was designed for.

    TT screwed that plan up when he outsmarted everyone and traded the Noodle to the Jets with a caveat that delayed the Noodles arrival by one year.

    The Noodle arrives, signs the 2 year contract and holds the fort down.

    Now the Iggles are messing things up by trading Dnabb early.

    Dnabb is pulling his own TT act and refusing to sign any long term contract with any of the potential "Trade" suitors.

    Who said the Chiller didn't have a plan to fix our QB position? :woohoo: :woohoo: :woohoo:
    It's about damn time you guys figured out that Chilly is a genius!

    Have we even made an attempt to resign Jackson? God I hope not.
    Nothing yet, but I do hope they do.

    Kid has done nothing but got better each and every year and I absolutely love how he has handled himself through thick and thin since becoming a QB.

    Sometimes I think the biggest knock most have (even though they won't admit it) is that he doesn't run around showing alot of emotion. I for one like that. Probably my military background, but I want my leader to be the same when things are good as well as when things are bad.

    In the end though, if they do land a cat like McNabb, TJ would be the perfect backup. Has grown in the system. The players all love him and most importantly, has proven he can come in and win from the bench.

    Again, not sure about you, but I hope they do resign him.
    The knock I have on Jackson is the way he looks to the sidelines with that look that says.. I am so fucking lost right now, what do I do coach?

    Honestly I am more interested in what Sage can do this year in camp, everyone on this site is already counting him out and making cracks on the guy but I have a feeling he is going to turn some heads. I like the fact that Favre said Jackson really studied up with him during practices, but where was he during the games?

    I seen Sage huddled around Favre looking at pictures and going over things with him each and every game and I am sure it was no different during practice either. Jackson should of been right there also during the games, where is his motivation I ask?
    See, thats my exact point. Most base thier dislike or like of a cat based on facial expressions or what they do on the sideline.

    I for one don't like Sage anymore. I actually thought he was a good pickup until I started digging into it a bit more. Dude is only in the NFL cause of Spielmen.

    By the way, if you want to judge a player based on what he does on the sideline, have you ever considered that maybe Sage keeps looking over the Noodles shoulder cause he can't figure out what the hell is going on and TJ doesn't spend all his time looking over the Noodles shoulder, cause he does?
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    Re:Would you trade a 2 for a 5 and let 4 say goodbye?

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    See, thats my exact point. Most base thier dislike or like of a cat based on facial expressions or what they do on the sideline.
    Or what team they used to play for, right?

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    If nothing else, Favre has earned another year in my opinion. And if we're talking durability, Favre's a tank and McNabb is a Kay Car.

    Now, McNabb for 2011... I'm all for it.
    The Noodle hasn't earned shit except, maybe (small maybe) someone to hold the door of the White SUV, so it don't hit him in the ass.

    Especially after that last poor decision he made in the NFC championship game. :P
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    Re:Would you trade a 2 for a 5 and let 4 say goodbye?

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    See, thats my exact point. Most base thier dislike or like of a cat based on facial expressions or what they do on the sideline.
    Or what team they used to play for, right?

    =Z=
    Naw, I think those yutz's are far and few between.
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    Re:Would you trade a 2 for a 5 and let 4 say goodbye?

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    I agree. There is no better QB then Favre for this team right now. Lets have the story book ending for Favre and the Viking on their 50th aniversery.
    Live for the monent and next year we can start the QB thing all over. Skol
    Screw story book endings. That means something is over.


    I for one want this team to be a viable player in the run for the SB for several years not just next year.

    Get rid of his ass and bring in number 5 I say..... :woohoo: :woohoo: :woohoo: :woohoo:
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    Re:Would you trade a 2 for a 5 and let 4 say goodbye?

    The whole "Sage is in the huddle with Favre, Jackson is nowhere to be seen" argument is weak and without much merit. For one, Jackson was in the huddle countless times with Favre on the sidelines. If you didn't see it, you weren't watching the games. And two, it doesn't matter if Rosenfels was in the huddle, he's still horrible on the field.
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