McNabb: 'I'm here to win'

Vikings quarterback Donovan McNabb tells reporters he wasn't shaken by his 39-yard passing performance last Sunday against San Diego. He says even if he passed for 400 yards, Minnesota lost the game -- and that's the only stat that counts.
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Vikings quarterback Donovan McNabb tells reporters he wasn't shaken by his 39-yard passing performance last Sunday against San Diego. He says even if he passed for 400 yards, Minnesota lost the game -- and that's the only stat that counts.

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