Reid Sticking With McNabb as Eagles' Starter
The Philadelphia Eagles are sticking with Donovan McNabb as their starter at quarterback.
Coach Andy Reid was asked during his news conference today about McNabb's status on the heels of Sunday night's lopsided loss at home to the Dallas Cowboys that dropped the Eagles' record to 3-5. They're in last place in the NFC East and they've scored more than 17 points in a game only once this season.
Reid said he envisions McNabb remaining the starter the rest of the season.
"I'm not saying that there aren't some plays that Donovan would like to have back," Reid said. "I'm not saying that. But I think everybody has had a little piece of that pie."
By Mark Maske |
November 5, 2007; 4:08 PM ET
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