Hartman: Winning ways escape McNabb

Donovan McNabb's winning ways just aren't the same. He led the Philadelphia Eagles to four straight NFC Championship games from 2001-04, including an appearance in the 2004 Super Bowl. Ever since he left the Eagles McNabb has a combined record of 5-12.
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Donovan McNabb's winning ways just aren't the same. He led the Philadelphia Eagles to four straight NFC Championship games from 2001-04, including an appearance in the 2004 Super Bowl. Ever since he left the Eagles McNabb has a combined record of 5-12.

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