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Jerry Jones: Eagles more consistent without McNabb

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says the Philadelphia Eagles will be better off, as in more consistent, without quarterback Donovan McNabb. He's almost saying the the Eagles will be able to "stay medium" now.

"McNabb helped create those big swings in our games over the last 10 years," Jones told Philly.com. "When he played well, it was like throwing the knockout punch. When he didn't, you were able to throw the knockout punch.

"I don't see that now [with Kevin Kolb]. I think Kolb and the way they're going about it now, you won't have those big swings one way or the other. I think every game with them is going to be a battle. Because of Kolb and because the makeup of the rest of their team is solid. And their coach, there is not a better coach in the NFL than Andy [Reid]."

By Cindy Boren  |  August 11, 2010; 3:17 PM ET
Categories:  Donovan McNabb , Redskins  
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