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Musgrave takes blame for McNabb's bad day

Donovan McNabb passing for just 39 yards against San Diego last week? Vikings offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave takes the blame, saying McNabb’s lack of rhythm starts with him.
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Donovan McNabb passing for just 39 yards against San Diego last week? Vikings offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave takes the blame, saying McNabb’s lack of rhythm starts with him.

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