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McNabb: 'This whole mechanics thing is getting out of hand'

Mention throwing mechanics to Vikings quarterback Donovan McNabb, and you’ll get an earful. At his weekly news conference today, McNabb said “this whole mechanics thing is getting out of hand.” Last Sunday, McNabb was booed by the Metrodome crowd after every incompletion.
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Mention throwing mechanics to Vikings quarterback Donovan McNabb, and you’ll get an earful. At his weekly news conference today, McNabb said “this whole mechanics thing is getting out of hand.” Last Sunday, McNabb was booed by the Metrodome crowd after every incompletion.

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