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Now They Start Speculating About Donovan McNabb’s Job

Donovan McNabb

The [intlink id=”35″ type=”category”]Minnesota Vikings[/intlink] fell to 0-3 after losing to the [intlink id=”126″ type=”category”]Detroit Lions[/intlink] on Sunday.

The team has blown three double-digit second half leads and quarterback Donovan McNabb has been average at best.

He’s thrown a whopping two touchdowns in three games. He opened the season with a 39-yard passing performance in a loss at Dan Diego. Sunday, McNabb missed several open receivers.

Meanwhile, first-round pick Christian Ponder is sitting on the bench.

So, the Minnesota media is wondering whether coach [intlink id=”1342″ type=”category”]Leslie Frazier[/intlink] might make a quarterback change?


“I don’t think the quarterback position is our problem right now,” Frazier said. “No. We’re not thinking about anything at the quarterback position.”

On the season, McNabb has thrown for 478 yards and completed 58 percent of his passes. He has a quarterback rating of 78.1.

The Vikings probably have some hope, though. They play Kansas City this week.

The Chiefs have given up a league-leading eight touchdown passes.

Monty McMahon

Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.



  1. Buddymobile September 27, 2011

    Keep Mc
    Nabb in until after GB plays at MIN. I can’t wait to watch old Donavan get his ass handed to him live. This years visit to the metrodome may be the best ever. Can’t wait! Go Pack!

  2. Andy September 27, 2011

    Well your trip to the metrodome can’t be much better than the ass kicking rodgers gave them last year… oh wait its likley that the pack will run up the score further

    1. BuddyXLV September 27, 2011


    2. Isaiah October 11, 2011

      Vikings kicked Rodger’s ass the year before if you dumb-ass Packer fans can recall. McNabb is a much better QB than Erin Rodgers. Fudgepackers are way over-rated.

  3. Rob September 28, 2011

    When a coach says there’s no problem at the QB position, then you can be sure there’s a problem at the QB position.