Hell hath no fury like a McNabb scorned
Updated: March 25, 2010

By , PhillyGameday.com

No matter what goes down in the following minutes or days or however long it takes to trade Donovan McNabb, the city of Philadelphia loses.

I think even the most staunch anti-McNabb-ites have to admit that the team takes a hit with Kevin Kolb at QB and we all know wherever McNabb goes, he’ll have a Philadelphia-sized chip on his shoulder and a lot to prove.

That said, I don’t feel a single shred of sorrow for the man, since it’s times like these when athletes actually earn their money. Unless the man’s life is in danger, I don’t think we need Stephen A. Smith throwing on his Handiman suit defending him. Defend Jackie Robinson or even Barry Bonds to some extent, but if McNabb is going to get miffed over the things people have been saying about him over the years, then he should go scrub toilets for a living in relative silence. I’m sure he’s fine right where he is though.

Things are pretty broken with the Eagles, but shipping McNabb out right now isn’t the answer. It’s the emotional answer to a lot of fed up Eagles fans, but I think the playcalling is more to blame than Don-Don.

Either way, the Mac-Nabb haters in the area are about to get their wish any moment now. But unless you’re ready to see him lift up that Lombardi trophy in another jersey, I’d rethink all this talk about wanting him gone. Remember, hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, and that woman can probably still help the Eagles win more games at this point than the alternative.

Zaki is the Chief Rocka and senior writer for PhillyGameday.com and thinks you should hurry up and follow the site on Twitter and Facebook before it's too late.

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