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McNabb: We have a lot of deficiencies

Vikings backup quarterback Donovan McNabb says the team has a lot of deficiencies that need fixing. He also told the Pioneer Press that he's "pissed off" at himself because he could have played a lot better to help the team while he was starting.
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Vikings backup quarterback Donovan McNabb says the team has a lot of deficiencies that need fixing. He also told the Pioneer Press that he's "pissed off" at himself because he could have played a lot better to help the team while he was starting.

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