Wednesday, September 14, 2005



Philadelphia quarterback Donovan McNabb’s bruised chest may cost him his status for Sunday's game. A multi-dimensional danger from the quarterback position proved his modesty by not making his vulnerability public. Truly an NFL star who gave the Eagles something to boast of by becoming the first player in NFL history to finish a season with 30+ TD passes (31) and fewer than 10 INTs (8) is now in his seventh year of playing. With no transactions on the card this season and no official update of McNabb's injury status, it seems Coach Andy Reid is ready to take extra precautions for his fierce player. After having been hit by in his chest by tackle Chad Lavalais, McNabb was literally blitzed by too much pressure, but still he managed to complete 24 of 45 passes for 257 yards and one touchdown in a magnificent way.

McNabb’s fans have always expected something fieeeeeery from him and when I am myself an avid football enthusiast how can we even think of that he will let this injury mar his performance and zeal. His previous records are an apparent proof of his meticulousness and ineffectiveness. When on the field he is the best at what he does. Now I don’t have inhibitions to say that he can either be perplexed or reluctant to run but he can’t surrender to any injury. Truly an Eagles Star!


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